Question about 1999 Daewoo Lanos
I'm currently replacing the spark plugs and wires on my 1999 daewoo lanos sx, and pulled the wires off before labelling which goes where. I found several pages showing me that the spark plug order is 1, 2, 3, 4 from left to right, looking from the front of the engine, but the box where the other end of the wires connect runs perpendicularly to the line of spark plugs, and appears to have no markings on it. Looking from the front of the car, the wire connections are in a single line heading away from me. Which plug wire goes to which port?!?
The only thing I can find online is the firing order, but I don't think this is what I need. I tried hooking the wires up in that order (1,3,4,2) from back to front so 1 is furthest away from me, and 2 is closest, and it runs, but sounds worse than before. I tried reversing the order and it won't start at all now, tries to turn over, but won't actually start.
I even have the 2 volume maintenance manual for the car and can't find this information anywhere in there! Everywhere says I should have labelled the wires before removing them - thanks, bit late now!
Spark wire order of daewoo lanos is 1423 with you facing the engine; spark 1 is on th extreme left then 2,3,4 ..insert them as 1 (extreme left) is the highest to be plugged in, under which insert 4 then 2 then 3 at the bottom, hope it helps
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Firng order 1342, # 1 cylinder is the first cylinder at the crank pulley end of engine then 2 then 3 then 4.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: front brakes stick on
either your calipers are sticking and need replacing. OR the hoses have failed internally. and need replacing.. very rare but possible the master cylinder is not allowing the fluid to return usually caused bu a booster failing and causing some down travel in the master cylinder. I'd start by raising the front end up. appling hard brake pressure. turn the tire.. then loosen the brake bleeder to check for pressure. if the bleeder sprays fluid and the brakes release forget the calipers. if they are still tight then replace the calipers. pump them up again if they released.. and break the line free at the master cylinder. if they don't release then replace the hoses..
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
DTC 63 Will Set When
No voltage is supplied by the ECM through the EST “B” line while reference pulses are received by the ECM from the crankshaft position sensor
check white wire terminal B on ignition coil to ECM terminal C14 for open circuit or short to ground while disconnected if thats ok check for voltage signal at B while cranking no signal ECU faulty. voltage signal also on A terminal while cranking and check earth terminal C to body no higher than 5 Ohms
power is terminal D 12V
if getting power, earths good, and both signal voltages are going into coil pack, coil pack is faulty.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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