My 2001 daewoo lanos s 2D hatchbacks ac makes a strange noise if used for a while and the check light stays on after i start my engine. Is this light on because of the air conditioning? Do i need it repaired immediately?
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Daewoo were bought out and rebadged Chevrolet (over here) to initially provide a second life for ageing Vauxhall designs and technology.
For a time Daewoo was just about the cheapest car to keep on the road but General Motors changed all that and now the stuff is more expensive than many of the spares for the mainline models even though they are still slightly inferior to them in design and build quality.
If you still have trouble in spite of this new information I suggest you search for parts by brake manufacturer, which is usually marked on the body of the brake caliper.
Use an ultar-violet torch to find the leak. The fluid reacts to the light and glows to identify the leak. Check hoses, pipes , valves, compressor, reciever and matrix for signs of leak. The garage that cherges your aircon for you should be able to do this for you quite easily.
put 2bar air pressure in the front tyres ,then it will be as light a casias clay with float like a buttertfly saying .and check the oil level ,if low top up then turn steering full lock left to right and back then check fluid again and top up if necessary