Question about 2002 Daewoo Lanos
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It appears by your response that you are annoyed by my comments, I did indicate that I had changed the dimmer switch as you suggested but this has not worked. I was geniune in inidacating my thanks for responding quickly but it seems that you have taken this the wrong way, I am just trying to seek an answer to my problem and appreciate your help. I was thinking that maybe there is a bulb that may need changing that I have not found and was asking if you knew if I had missed it somewhere? There is clearly no intent to insult here.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello. As you know, this car was only made for six years by the Korean automaker. For some if not all of these cars the flasher is behind the instrument cluster. It is accessible through an access panel on the side of the dash by the driver's door. The flasher is most likely green on a violet block.
That said, in addition to the flasher being a possible culprit I would also suspect a relay, and a poor ground wire. Trace the ground wire from these lights to the frame of the car and make sure you have a good solid connection, with no corrosion. If the contact point is corroded relocate the ground screw and make sure that you have scraped and sanded the spot so you are contacting bare, clean metal.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
Radio code has no bearing on the immobiliser at all.
Normally it is down to the key not recognised. Are you using the same / usual key as before? If not then try original or another key as it may be the transponder in the key you are using.
If same key or no joy then remove the lower Black plastic steering cowls on the column (normally 3 or 4 screws) you will expose the barrell assy, on the end of this you'll see the transponder pick up ring. Disconnect from loom, apply silicone grease to pins and reconnect then try starting.
If still no joy, disconnect positive terminal off the battery, touch the lead to an earth point for 2 to 3 seconds to defuse and reset ECU, reconnect and try again.
If still noy joy you will need a garage as special reading equipment is required.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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