Your best choice would be to get a fuel line disconnect tool. I believe daewoo uses the same type as those used on GM vehicles. Through personal experience, I recommend being very careful as the plastic disconnect on the side leading from the fuel tank can be very brittle and easily break. Sometimes, there is not enough clearance to use the disconnect tool. You clamp this device around the tube of the fuel filter, and push it up into the fitting on the fuel line. It's purpose is to retract the 4 retaining fingers in the fuel line fitting which are spring loaded radially. These fingers tightly grip a flange on the filter tubing. From my own experience, I had to cut the fuel tubing at the body of the filter with a hacksaw. Then you can see what's going on, and maybe use the disconnect tool. I had to use a plastic sleeve for this purpose that you can buy in a kit at an auto parts store (about $10). Once the retaining fingers are retracted, you can pull the end of the filter tube out of the fuel line fitting. Be prepared to yank, pull, push, swear, curse, and maybe cry and pray. If you're lucky, the rest of the fuel filter tube will come out, you won't break anything, and your marriage will still be intact. Good luck!
If you are prepared for the sudden spray of fuel when you break the connection then it is not a problem. Wrap a rag around the connection so when you loosen the connection it will catch the spray of fuel.
Lanos did not has the pollen filter from manufacturer. But there is an alternative cabin filter: http://cgi.eBay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=180513560093&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT It is specially created for daewoo lanos, Chevrolet lanos, daewoo sens, doninvest assol.
anti clockwise to undo filter
Its under the hood
The color of plastic at the filter connection doesn't matter because the filter is a larger line than the return line. They are different sizes
The connection on top is from the filter inlet (discharge of the pump). The connection on the opposite side of this one is the filter outlet back to the pool. The connection below the filter inlet is for backwashing the filter.
On the fire wall.
Under the oil filter
Leganzas do not have transmission filter. Check it out on any auto parts filter application catalog.
yes change the filter & the fuel can solve your problem
The FOX M6, DAEWOO and OPE cars use the X93 oil filter.
The device on a DSL connection that requires a filter is the phone lines. -big-elk
There isn't any pollen filter on the Matiz. :) Too small car to bother with such complicated element.
the fuel filter is outside under the car in the middle left side below the threshold
4.25 quarts with new oil filter.
It should be located just behind the glove compartment.Empty the glove compartment, unscrew the bolts to reach the filter.
In the air tube just after air filter.
The Leganza fuel filter is located behind the egine on the panel wall.Make sure you depressure it before removing.
on a 2001 simply turn with hand counter clockwise.
stand on the passanger side and look down behind the engine
Relieve fuel system pressure. detatch filter bracket from the chasis. depress the plastic quick release tabs and detatch the lines from the filter. use one wrench to steady the filter and another to unscrew the fuel line fitting and remove filter.
The fuel filter in a deawoo Nexia is located under the car at the right side of the back door. To release the filter, you must have 12" and 17" wrench. 12" for the filter clamp and 17" for the nipples pipe that connected to the filter by intake and outflow of tha fuel.
It's located on the firewall up top just behind the engine.