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Timing,Daewoo 2000,Nubira I reciently installed a water pump.It runs,but laboring.Can you,PLEASE,help? raysduck@yahoo.com

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  • raysduck Oct 28, 2008

    This one has me stumped!!

  • raysduck Oct 28, 2008

    How do I time the engine?The array(spark plug wiring) is differant then most.,Ray raysduck@yahoo.com

  • raysduck Oct 28, 2008

    Oh,by the way,it's for a 2000 nubira.Do they have the same engine?,Ray

  • raysduck Oct 29, 2008

    Thanks!!! I was trying to avoid dealing with the timing belt but I'll get back into setting it,again.,RAY

  • raysduck Oct 30, 2008

    Hey,you're right!! The right cam was off by one notch.It was a bear to adjust but it now runs like a champ!!!It runs smoother and alot cooler. Thanks again,Ray

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Timing belt off by a tooth or two........ recheck the timing.........rate as fixya justuscc also make sure you didnt bend a valve or two

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    Jimmy Oct 28, 2008

    you need to check the timing on the timing belt itself.......... when you took off the belt to do the water pump.......... that belt needs to be timed with the markings on the cams and crank

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    Jimmy Oct 29, 2008

    change to fixya thanks man justuscc

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    Jimmy Oct 30, 2008

    good to hear its fixed....... had that happen to me on a honda....... it happens....... next time mark all cams and crank with a white "super metal squeeze action marker" and you will know when you put the belt on its aligned....... i do it with all timing belts i do......... justuscc thanks for the fixa rating

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I am personally going back to answer your unanswered questions.

I do not know if you still need this information, but I am going ahead and answering it anyway. You may want to Print the Diagrams for future use.

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http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/2000/make/daewoo/model/nubira/2000_daewoo_nubira_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

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