Question about 2000 Daewoo Lanos
Replaced the timing belt, lined up the marks exactly like a similar post, but still can't get the car to crank. I got it to backfire only once, but nothing since. What am I missing???
Did you turn over any gears while belt was off to align timming marks?
if so did you encounter a resistance and forced the gear over with a bit more than normal force?
if so you could have bent valves which will cause back fire on start up run and dies then wont start again seen a few apprentices get caught by this from forgetting to align marks up before removal of belt or on assembly of head to block. then realising marks are out try to align and have bent valves.(there is a way to do this safely)
check compressions if very low in a couple or all cylinders valves are bent.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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