i had a problem where the filler pipe joins the fuel tank.which dripped when you fill the tank. it was the rubber seal which had gone. try and repair when fuel tank is low.
1 conpress the spring clip holding it. 2 the filler pipe just pulls off. 3 remove old seal and replace.
(i could not get one quickly so i put gas/water plumers tape around fuel tank nozzle.)
4 replace and release clip.
just a 5 minute job , i still just have tape on and it is fine.
hope it helps
Yes. Hyundai seems to have taken Daewoo's place.
remove ur rear seat ur specific tools to open the bracket of the fuel pump, than disconnect the switch which is connected to fuel pump after that remove all the pipes & than remove ur old fuel pump & replace by doing the same job by connecting all the pipes & switch.
How do you flush the transmission fuel from a 2000 Daewoo Nubira
remove and replace
How to replace the timing belt for car daewoo nubira1 -step by step
pull them off. there not put on properly, dont worry its only a Daewoo Matiz.
on top of gearbox with 2 wires connected to it.
Which model and engine ? I can tell you about 1.5 16V
remove head and replace
NO, you do not remove the head to replace the timing belt on any car.
The Daewoo Leganza is produced in South Korean between 1997 and 2002. It is a mid-sized sedan produced by the former Daewoo Motors in an effort to develop a lineup of proprietary vehicles to replace previous GM-licensed models.
Check and replace as necessary every 20,000 miles or 2 years. Replace at 60,000 miles or every 6 years.
Cant unless yu dnt want reverse
Find a Korean and hold a gun to his head and pull the trigger.
I haven't found a way..
need to replace thrust bearing
open the lift-gate and take off the tail lamp
On the 2000 model it is part of the distributor and you either replace complete distributor or try to dismantle the distributor and replace sensor only.
it is located behind the passenger side dashboard.
You cannot replace the headlight bulb. You need to buy a new headlight unit.
Head was redrilled
I too rhymes with Daewoo
Daewoo ended in 1999.