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What causes a Daewoo Laganza transmission to stick in park?


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2004-12-21 15:26:01
2004-12-21 15:26:01

The problem is most likely your brake switch. This switch activates your brake lights as well as disengaging the shift so you can get out of park. It is located in front of your brake pedal arm. Its a black switch, about 3" long and has a 4 pronged electrical connection to it. its easy to remove as all it takes is a twist which lines up two legs on the switch with slots in the bracket. Your brake lights probably aren't working either. COATS AUTOMOTIVE will ship one to you within 2 days.


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i have a daewoo and it doesnt have a dip stick u have to take it to the dealer in order for them to check it

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The car has a sealed transmission u will have to go to a mechanic to have it checked ..

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The Daewoo Lanos dose NOT have a transmission dip stick. The manual recomends replacing the transmission fluid every 80.000 miles. There isn't one. No kidding. This is the only car I've ever owned that doesn't have one. I can't imagine why a car would be designed this way.

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If the transmission is electronically controlled - Dexron III, and if manually controlled - Dexron II. If there is no 'dip stick' for testing the fluid level, then the transmission is probably electronic control.

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That happens when the computer detects a malfunction and sets a code. You need to have the transmission computer checked with a scan tool to know possible causes.

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