Question about 2000 Daewoo Lanos
I have a 2001 Daewoo Lanos in which I just had the timing belt, cam sensor and harmonic balancer replaced. I picked it up last night and on my way home it died at a stop light I was able to restart it and since the place had closed shortly after I left I drove the rest of the way home. On my way the check engine light began flashing. Once I turned the car off and back on the light didn't come back on until I had driven over 10 miles. Is this flashing something I need to worry about? What could it be?
SOURCE: 2002 DAEWOO LANOS PROBLEM
check to see if your timing belt is broken. there should be an access hole usually a rubber cap that you can remove to see it. if there is no access hole remove the screws of the timing belt cover and open it enough to see the belt without breaking the cover. If the belt looks ok be sure there is enough tension so that it is not skipping over the camshaft pulley.
check your ignition components for dampness or to see if they are faulty (spark plugs, wires and ignition module and coil packs).
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
SOURCE: Daewoo Lanos Engine Number
should be on a small seperate plate located no the front of the engine compartment. if not there then check on the back of the engine compartment for a small section with your serial stamped into it. if there are none of the above then i would check for stolen recovered.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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