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Daewoo 2002 lanos shifter bushing gone. need to install correctly

Shifter linkage fell apart. Repair shop says $384 to fix, but problem is shifter bushing is gone. Can I do this myself?

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MINE CAME ON A SMALL METAL TAG ON THE SPARE KEY

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SOURCE: 2002 Daewoo Lanos Engine Type

Yes, this is an interference engine. I just finished fixing mine and it is a big expensive job. Sorry to give bad news.

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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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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SOURCE: 2002 daewoo lanos oil leak coming from out of

either the bolts need tightening or the ghasket is broken through or a rusty timing cover has rusted through causubg a leak ...clean the cover off with a degreaser and wash off and clean it allow to dry then with engine runnibg visually inspect without getting hands or clothing caught in fan or other moving parts and look to see exactly where it is beginning from ....if it is a rusty leak some materials will help cease the leak as well as a ghasket maker sealant may be used as well to stop the leak ..let me know from where it is and what form of /type leak it is merely the bolts may be just loose !

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