Question about 1999 Daewoo Lanos
My son-in-law and I just replaced the timing belt on his 1.6 DOHC 99 lanos. Timing marks are lined up correctly and the car starts without issue. Once the car is running however, you can hear the timing belt scraping on the outer plastic covers. I am afraid the belt is not tracking correctly. Yes, the belt, when installed, was set compared to the original wear marks on the pulleys and gears, centered). I also manually turned the engine and the belt started "walking" off the gears and pulleys but never got worse than about 3mm. I wasn't sure if the torque of the wratchet was causing the tracking during manual engine turning, so we put it back together and hoped for the best. Any ideas????
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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