check the spark plugs and spark plug leads also the air filter.
Your problem is that it is a daewood dude invest in a new car
First off Daewoo's are bad about transmission problems *I used to work at a transmission shop* from my understanding, these cars were put out under a warranty program and the company changed names to drop these binded warranties to keep from getting sued because they found that these cars had bad problems *apparently when a company switch's names it unbind's contracts?, this is just kinda what i was told by the owner* anyway with that out of the way
you could be having a problem with your torque converter, this is a normal problem, i was just letting you know about the daewoo just in case you were to ever go to get it worked on maybe thinking that it may still be under some kind of factory warranty, but if it is a torque converter this should cost you about 300 to 400 dollars to fix. Unless you want to do your own work then it would probably only cost about 70 - 120 dollars.
had same problem.... check cataliytic convertor of exhaust as the honeycomb filling cracks and blocks the exhaust pipe.....this is quite weird but true....shards of this substance break off and block other mufflers
If the car vibrates when the brakes are applied, it could be a sign that the brakes or rotors need to be checked or replaced. When a problem like this occurs, it is best to get it checked out as soon as possible to avoid worsening the problem.
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Suspension problem, tire problem, alignment problem.
Get the tyre/wheel balance checked I had theis problem and it drove me nuts for a year trying to figure it out. replacing the rear brake drums solved it immediately.
Your front end may be out of alignment. Check with a tire store about an alignment on your vehicle.
Yes, there is no problem bringing alcohol on an aircraft if it is in checked luggage. Carry-on is the problem.
This is a self-exited vibration problem.
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My 92 PA had the same problem. It turned out to be the harmonic balancer. This pulley drives all the belts in the system. It can be quite easily checked to see if the rubber has deteriorated.
Indicates a problem with the electrical system. Normally the problem is that the alternator has failed. Have your system checked at almost any auto parts store.Indicates a problem with the electrical system. Normally the problem is that the alternator has failed. Have your system checked at almost any auto parts store.
You should probably get that Checked out!
I am assuming its your car that you are driving. Your wheels or axle could be out of alignment.
checked fuses, or checked for voltage to interior light socket?
If the baggage is checked and not carried on, there should be no problem with it. If you have a question contact the TSA and ask.
generally, yeah it is, better get that checked out.
i think you have cancer you should get it checked out
For starters I would check out the vibration damper on the front of the engine. With the engine not running look at the rubber insulator between the center hub and the outer ring of the damper. If portions of the rubber are missing it can allow for vibration. Look at it while the engine is running, if it is wobbling around that could be the problem.
check drive shaft run out and drive shaft balance NEW ANSWER: You need to check the driveshaft U-JOINTS for wear. If you don't find your problem there, Then you may have to get the wheels balanced. Check U-Joints FIRST.
Could be low of lubricant. Have the level checked. Also can be a clutch throwout bearing problem.
1 Identify the problem 2 Simplify the problem whenever possible 3 Work out the problem 4 Problem solved when checked out satisfactory
It could be a few things hub bearings, brakes, ball joints or possibly the CV axle. I would have it checked and then fix the problem at home if it is within your ability.
I doubt it is a transmission problem. It sounds like the engine is in need of some attention maybe even some motor mounts.
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Switch the front wheels to the rear and try it; if the vibration has changed at all you have a tire/wheel problem. It is not uncommon for a shop to miss this problem. Most vibrations like yours ARE tire/whhel problems. sounds like u-joints