Question about 2000 Daewoo Lanos
I would say your first thing to do is check your battery cables for corrosion if theres a lot of white pwdery stuff (corrosion) then you might have to replace the cables.....check them all the way from the starter to the ground cable that goes to the frame....make syre you have nice solid metal to metal contact on all of them......if you find corrosion on the terminals or the ground cable you can take them off and scuff them up with a wirebrush or something that will bare the metal all nice n shiny...then put them back on n tell me what happens.......also check fuses and relays
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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