I'm owner of daewoo nexia 1.5 l 16 v 1997
i find in body number all about my car .
put whis nr in Google and serch .
hope to help you..
The G15MF is a inline 4 cylinder Daewoo engine. The number 1 cylinder is the one on the front of the engine.On a typical V-8, V-6 or even a V-4 engine, the two banks of cylinders are offset. One bank will be just ahead of the other. The bank closest to the front of the engine contains the number one cylinder which would be the first cylinder up front.
would the ECU cause misfiring
where is the engine number located on the 5.6L GMC engine.
It would prob be on the engine case
Yes, as the mixture would run lean and possible misfires could occur.
good morning, I have a VIN #5N1AR1AW76C673959 and i would like to get the corresponding engine serial number. thank you
I would recommend taking it to a mechanic and have them listen to it. Everyone's definition of "knocking" is slightly different. Try not to drive it for too long; engine knocks can usually cause pretty severe damage to an engine.
its on the back of the engine it would be something like F9Q
That would be the 4.8L engine.
It depends on which type of engine you're referring to; The VEGE serial number plate replaces the original engine number, and would normally be found in the same location as the original engine number. The plate will be silver in colour, with the VEGE logo, VEGE Code (part number, 4 digits), engine type, and six-digit serial number.
If you have a manual transmission, then it sounds like your clutch is slipping and needs to be replaced. If the RPM's of the engine are roaring and your car is barely moving, that would be my first assumption. Mechanic.
This would be a model year 1967 Type 2, or bus engine.
Odds are the battery voltage is low. The alternator could be faulty or the belt could be loose or broken.
There have been many 1.6 liter engines used by Daewoo. Most of them produce around 105-110 bhp. The turbocharged motors of that size produce up to 190 bhp. The year and model of the car/engine and the country it was purchased in would be needed for a more exact answer.
If one wanted to buy a Daewoo on sale, the best thing would be to buy a used Daewoo at a used car dealer, or find one being sold through the classifieds in the local paper.
One way to limit the number of hits from a search engine would be by using Goggle Advanced search to limit the amount of searches made by the search engine. This would help prevent it from searching for useless unneeded information.
Timing belt on the Nexia should be change every 60 thousand miles, but due to the plastic enclosure, oil leaks and extreme weather variations timing belt could suffer major wear and tear way before the recommended replacement mileage point is reached. I would check for oil leaks that stream down the timing belt area and to take care of them at once and then proceed to decide if replacing the belt would be a safe practice. Timing belt replacement might as well implicate replacement of idler and tensioner pulley, plus water pump, and I would consider it overall a major repair that requires time and patience. The amount of money most shops would charge you makes convenient for the do-it-yourselfer to attempt the repair.
My brother's Daewoo Lanos 2000 (using the stantard E-TECH engine) which I have been working on since about 15,000 miles has since day one had the same ticking in the engine. When I went back to the dealership I was assured that there was no problem with the car and that all of the Daewoo that use the e-tech engine (which is now also used in the Chevy Aveo and the Kia Spectra) have the same characteristic ticking. When I expressed my disbelief the dealer took me around and let me listen to most of the daewoo left on the lot. It is true that they all shared the ticking. It seems poor engineering that creates an engine that ticks. After all the ticking MUST be caused by parts that are tourching, and after a while surely it will wear away. It is worrysome but as of yet I have been unable to find a cure for this praticular problem. If there are comments about this answer please email me: email@example.com
on engine fire wall aka back of engine
My timing belt was almost broke and they sais that it was a good thing that I got it to the dealer when I did, or the entire thing would have been wrecked. I don't think even a new engine would help Daewoo's have interference engines, more them likely you bent some or all of the valves...
if its a 1.6 its a d16
Engines on an aircraft are typically numbered left to right, so the number one engine would be on the far left as you sit in the pilot's or co-pilots seat.
The serial number on the engine would also be the vehicle identification number. Keep in mind the engine may have been swapped out during the cars lifetime. The engine serial number is located over the water inlet on the driver's side of the engine block.