Question about 2000 Daewoo Lanos
Changed timing belt, now some times check engine light comes on, may go 10 or 100 miles before light comes on.engine runs fine.checked code it is a random misfire.removed spark plug wires found oil around spark plugs and wires.could this be the problem? if so is oil coming from valve cover gasket? could code be from a bad timing sensor?
Oil is non conductive so I doubt that's the problem, but the oil leak should be fixed to reduce problems down the road.
as for the misfire could be a couple things, fouled plug(s), a plug wire(s) that has cracks, or even valves that are not seating which i doubt from your explanation.
I would change your plugs and wires first, and fix oil leak. if this does not fix the issue there are other things going on.
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