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Possible oil leak from head gasket or crack in

Daewoo lanos 2000 modle oil leak exhaust side centre of block oil leak from top of block centre of radius either from head gasket or crack in block have not done crack yet

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If oil is leaking from the the top to bottom, check the gasket below the cover that has the daewoo name and sign on on top of the engine block. it could be cracked. replace with new one without any gasket sealant just replace the original and done

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Kia sportage 2000 no acceleration

It is important too identify the following:
1) The source of the exhaust leak
2) The source of the oil leak.
The exhaust leak could turn out to be a bad exhaust gasket, a cracked or loose exhaust manifold, a cracked cylinder head or bad gasket, or related parts. The oil leak could turn out to be the valve cover gasket. A dried out valve cover gasket can cause oil to sit on the spark plugs and have oil leaks. Be sure not to over-fill the oil. A machine shop can find cracks in cylinder heads. If these problems turn out to be ok (and one of those stethoscopes may be helpful) then you could procede to check fuel delivery. (there will be pressure in the lines) A lot of times connectors get corroded. I noticed on this model the sensor for the engine cooling mounted near the thermostat is very sensitive to variation. Same for the air sensors if left loose.

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I have a 2000 daewoo nubira... I think that the head gasket maybe shot, but there is nothing leaking into the oil or the exhaust. Where the antifreeze goes the water is going somewhere, but not sure where...

White stuff in the water is most likely oil. To test the head gasket, fill the radiator right up to the neck, leave the cap off. warm up the engine untill the top hose gets warm. Then look for bubbles in the radiator, keep it topped right up to the filler top. Continuous bubbles mean a faulty head gasket.
Antifreeze goes in the radiator.

Oct 12, 2011 | 2000 Daewoo Nubira

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Big fuel consumption and the lose the antifreez the coolant in engine

if the coolant is mixed with your oil you have a blown head gasket ,or a bad intake gasket check your oil if is creamy like a chocolate milk shake then is a head gasket

Apr 19, 2011 | 2000 Daewoo Lanos

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I took my 2000 jetta into the dealership and was told that I had a coolant leak into my exhaust and that I had an oil leak into my exhaust, is this possible and if so what can I do?

Depending on the extent if the leaks - if it's a simple head gasket have head gasket replaced. It could be cracked head or block then it's going to be more of a job and expense. Id you doubt dealer have another shop look at it.

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Water in oil

Bad head gasket or bad intake manifold gasket.Either one will cause water in oil.Do not run engine will cause bearing damage.gaskets way cheaper than new engine.

Feb 28, 2011 | 2000 Daewoo Lanos

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Just bought this 2nd had and drove it home and smells of burning oil. also notice that there was wet oil under the exhaust. It's a Daewoo Tacuma 2004

probly need new head or valvegasket-pop hood and inspec motor to trace oil leak always chec out auto before purchase-20 min is worthwhile

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Using antifreeze but i see no visible leak

If you exhaust is constantly emitting white exhaust fumes the whitest color is your coolant being extracted from an internal gasket leaking

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If the timing belt breaks does this shear or bend the valves on a 2000 deawoo lanos?

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