Question about 2000 Daewoo Nubira
My Matiz SG (2000) which was running fine so far started cutting out on the road about two moths back. Now it is so frequent, you can't run it for 10 minutes continuously. After cutting out it won't start for 30-60 minutes. Then it would start again. I have seen that no current flows from the coil to the distributor when the car is stalled.
I have changed the distributor and ignition coil. Battery is fine. Wiring expert could not identify a fault. Got fuel pump checked but no use. My mechanic swapped various sensors and ECM with another Matiz, but couldn't find any problem. Also the valves are fine. Me and my mechanic are frustrated. Can anyone help?
Does your your alarm ligth stay on when switch car on? If it does then ther is a problem with your car alarm system.
Under your stearing rack is a white box. Take it to your local car alarm dealer to get new car ship and get new ship melted in your key.
Posted on Jan 02, 2016
check cylinder compressions wet and dry
any difference of about 25PSI is enough to warrant engine repairs
sounds like plug might be fouling up with oil
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
the problem is with the engine cooling system due to the lack of cooling of engine it is over heated so better to check the coolent pipes...
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
Try to reset the IAC valve on the throttle body it has 4 wires t it .
procedure is as follows
turn ignition key on (don't start the engine), unplug the IAC valve, turn the key off, replug the IAC .Do this 3-4 times .Then start the engine while holding the pedal down at about 2000 rpm then let the rpm down slowly till idle. Sometimes the throttle requires cleaning then redo the reset.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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