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Daewoo Clutch/gearbox Won't go into gear when engine is running but can get into gear with engine off then start car and drive in selected gear only. Happened all of a sudden. Nothing seems to be broken on inside that we can see. Help?

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There will be a problem with your clutch master cylinder beside the brake fluid bottle or slave cylinder it is obviously not auto if it starts in gear and it is a auto the black switch on top of the gearbox need to be replaced as soon as possible it will create inevitable gearbox failure

Posted on Mar 28, 2014

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Is it a autobox ? if so gear inhibitor switch might be the problem ,if a manual box does it make a grinding sound when trying to engage gear? if so may be the syncromesh worn either way take to a gear box specialist as they will prob know what the problems that can be with your particular model ,save you time and hassle

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Check the clutch cable as it may be broken. What you have is the clutch not disengaging when you put your foot on the pedal and this indicates a slipped cable adjustment or a broken cable . If hydraulic then the system is full of air and needs bleeding or the slave cylinder and master cylinder need replacing.

Posted on Mar 28, 2014

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SOURCE: daewoo automatic gearbox slipping

i have the same promlems

Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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SOURCE: daewoo nabira 1997 manual

hi there my car was nubira 1997 saloon i love it vary much but i have a one problem,
when i try to start engine at any time did not work diractly it take several sec on more than one switch one then start vary smothly, even when i turn off my car and let it for more than 30 min this problem was return agine
Note: i change the fule pump and chech the ignation coil with all the prand wire and replace th Air Control and clean the TPS and Crank Sensor with no change
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ammar.waadallah@iq.zain.com

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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SOURCE: car will not drive, is it clutch or cabel

my daewoo lanos wont shift into gear/s while running even when clutch is depressed all the way

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: trouble changing gears 1st and 2nd

If the clutch feels firm with no play u may have worn syncronizer's in the trans, take it to trans shop and have them road test it, they will not charge in most cases.

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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My car, daewoo 97, has some problem. It starts but then loose its acceleration after running half a kilometer. Then if I stop engine and start again, it will run another half kilometer and stop. Engine starts immediately, but it loose acceleration in few minutes. It does not move even if you press accelerator. Can anyone suggest what sould I do?

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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