Question about 1999 Daewoo Lanos
And where to get the codes from once i have moss code from the dash board ? many thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is sooo many problems with the 1.8ltr engine (2001) ..for example the oil ports in the cylinder head casting are way too small.. this causes clogging and obvious lack of flow and then lack of power due to compression ratio going out the window.. I've re-built quite a wee number of these puppies.. including my wife's own car..so I heartily recommend the below..
1/ THOROUGHLY FLUSH EVERY LAST BIT OF GRIME, DEBRIS, LACQUERS & OIL OUT OF ENTIRE ENGINE..
2/CHANGE FILTER & REFILL WITH SEMI-SYNTHETIC 15/40 OIL..
3/ OIL AND FILTERS MUST BE CHANGED EVERY 3,000 TO 6,000MILES TO MAINTAIN ENGINE (IF NOT BORING OIL PORTS AND QUITE SUBSTANTIAL WORK & EXPENSE)
This should give immediate effect, but you may also consider the CRANK/FLYWHEEL SENSOR.. It's NOTORIOUS.. Along with the IGNITION COIL PACK.. CONSTANTLY CRACKING HIGH TENSION LEADS..Etc...
Hope this helps someone out there..
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Your port should be located under the dash on the driver's side near your knee area. The port should be pointing straight down from the dash. The scanner will be plug and play and you shouldn't have to jump and pins for the OBD-II port. As for the codes, there are so many thousands of codes that you can't even guess what codes will be generated from your scan
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
which temp sensor did you replace the one with one wire is for the gauge on the dash and the one with two wires is for the ecu the ecu controls the cooling fans so if this sensor is faulty the ecu will switch the cooling fans on because it does not know what temperature the engine is at check you have rplaced the right sensor
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
Radio code has no bearing on the immobiliser at all.
Normally it is down to the key not recognised. Are you using the same / usual key as before? If not then try original or another key as it may be the transponder in the key you are using.
If same key or no joy then remove the lower Black plastic steering cowls on the column (normally 3 or 4 screws) you will expose the barrell assy, on the end of this you'll see the transponder pick up ring. Disconnect from loom, apply silicone grease to pins and reconnect then try starting.
If still no joy, disconnect positive terminal off the battery, touch the lead to an earth point for 2 to 3 seconds to defuse and reset ECU, reconnect and try again.
If still noy joy you will need a garage as special reading equipment is required.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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