Bonnett on 1999 daewoo nubira stuck down after minor accident
Hit & Run accident took out the lhs front light no major panel damage it looks like the bonnett opening mechanism has been jolted out of place and the bonnett wont open... is there an easy way to unlock/trigger this mechanism?
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i have 2000 deawoo nubira which has the power light blinking and sometimes the hold light on the dash too . it has resulted in hard and noisy gear changing and shifting . i change the tcm but to no avail . help please
have your car change oil regulary. timing belt must check if at normal state. or have replace it.
also tune -up your vehicle first, and try new spark plugs, distributor cap, ignition coil. also have your air filter replace maybe dirty.
If you mean the sensor that drives the temperature gage, looking at the front of the car, it is on the right side of the engine, in front of the cooler temperature sensor. It looks like a little stud that the wire sort of clips on.
Check you suspension/steering components. Something is damaged or worn out. Any minor (or major) accidents recently? Big pot hole, slid off the road, went over a curb, etc? Something may be damaged from one of these incidents. Are you the only one to drive the Murano? I ask, because I have seen people swear that they never had an minor mishaps, only to discover Jr. took the car out off-roading, and bent the heck out of the lower control arm when he hit a rock. No damage evident until it was checked for alignment, which was way out of whack. Drive the car up on ramps and look very closely for any scrapes, dents, bends, etc. It is most likely a suspension component that needs to be replaced. Let me know what you find. Good luck!
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