Question about 2000 Daewoo Leganza
I bought a new thermostat thinking that would heat matter up. Heat still gets just luke warm, not hot enough for these cold northern winters.
I have the same problem. we changed the thermastat. the engine coolant was full of muck and looked rusty like something was rusting away.we then back flushed the system including the heater core.It's alot better but we think the water pump propellers are rusting away. this sometimes happens. so we are keeping an eye on the temp to see if it is getting to hot or over heating if so the the water pump needs replacing. I would have the system back flushed to see if that helps you could be having the same problem I' having. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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