Question about 2002 Daewoo Lanos
Dashboard check light symbol stays on, but I don't know what it wants me to check!
I had that issue and come to find out, I wasn't tightening my gas tank lid all the way. Tighten it until it starts clicking and see if that works.
Posted on May 29, 2008
It is a generic indicator that tells the owner/tech that the car has "thrown" a code. You need to retrieve the code with a code reader available from auto parts store, online or at the dealer. Some parts stores lend them out. You find the plug, usually under the dash by the fuse box, plug the reader into it, turn the ignition on, DONT START, and let the reader retrieve the ccodes. Turn off car and read the codes, itll say a code and sometimed itll also tell you what it means, like O2 sensor or misfire or other things. O2 is the most common. Then the reader can reset the light if you plug it back in and tell it to. remember dont start the car wiht the reader plugged in.
Posted on May 19, 2008
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