Question about 2000 Daewoo Lanos
Either the bolts need tightening or the ghasket is broken through or a rusty timing cover has rusted through causubg a leak ...clean the cover off with a degreaser and wash off and clean it allow to dry then with engine runnibg visually inspect without getting hands or clothing caught in fan or other moving parts and look to see exactly where it is beginning from ....if it is a rusty leak some materials will help cease the leak as well as a ghasket maker sealant may be used as well to stop the leak ..let me know from where it is and what form of /type leak it is merely the bolts may be just loose !
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
100% Sure: the leaking is coming out of the camshaft or crankshaft oil seal (oil retainer). Altough, usually, it is not a huge oil leak flow, the main problem is the oil spilling over the timing belt. The oil "attacks" the rubber and you can have a timing belt failure and a big motor trouble to solve....vmossmann from Brazil
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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