Question about 2001 Daewoo Lanos
I am attempting to remove alternator from my 2001 Lanos and the lower pivot bolt is hitting something on the engine preventing me from removing it. Do I have to drop engine & transmission to remove this alternator
You may have to remove brackets or belts but I've yet to see one for which one couldn't find a 'work-around.'
No doubt that the engine/transmission assembly was dropped in as a unit, but their service people still have to deal with removals such as yours so considerations such as removing a specific part is normally part of their design process. Just imagine if this had to be done under warranty and Daewoo would have to pay the bill.
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