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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Daewoo Espero
first i would make sure i not only have fuel in the tank but that it is finding its way to the fromt fuel intake. First, with no noise around turn the key to the run position but not the start position as your dash lights turn on you should hear the whirr of the fuel pump behind you for about 2-3 seconds. If this checks out than you can look along the top of your engine where the fuel lines run to each injector and you should find a service port along the line somewhere. It looks exactly like the valve on your tire . If you have a fuel gauge attachment attach away and turn the fuel pump on again. Check your readings with your engine specifications. If you dont you can do a quick test by momentarily trying to start the car and then (with gloves goggles and a rag to clean any spilt fuel) press the relief valve in the service port (same as letting air out of a tire). If the fuel shoots out then your condition is likely not fuel related. If it sputters out try once more this time priming the fuel pump by activating it two or three times (key to run not start). If still no stream of fuel just a sputtering change your fuel filter and retry. If still nothing test with a fuel pressure gauge. If you have fuel check for a spark. If you have spark in all four cylinders, post your findings
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
SOURCE: Check Engine Light
It sounds like you may have a failing Mass Air Flow sensor, seems like Ive been seeing these tied together quite often. Its a little tricky but a good repair shop should be able to test this sensor. I dont want to tell you to replace it without having it tested cause they are a bit pricey but check around, you never know. Hope this give youu another idea where to look.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
....That kind of car is kind of new territory for me, but I am pretty sure Daewoo Auto manufacturing went under quite a while ago...I am sure parts are out there but I'm not so sure if they still make cars or parts at all. You might have to order over seas....But in the meantime, E Bay or other internet sites would be your best bet!
Posted on May 13, 2009
The turbine shaft speed sensor can cause this problem, It is also know as the transmission input shaft speed sensor. It will cause the transmission to **** and also stick in 3rd gear, which wound cause slow acceleration.
Posted on May 18, 2009
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