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In need of serious help, thermostat problems.

Just recently the thermostat housing on my 2001 lanos just blew spitting coolant all over my engine. Does anyone know why this happen, and if so how do i fix something like this?

Thank you,

Will ave

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  • dennis brown Dec 11, 2008

    hey...my problem is that the thermostat is built into the housing so what u guys suggest i do

  • bikerskum69 Apr 14, 2009

    Why does the Daewoo's have such a problem overheating, the housing that keeps blowing apart are hard to find and are really expensive. The last one I put on (about and hour ago) only last for one trip to the store and back.

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Same here. Mine blew at about 45k (strange, my daewoo did its own coolant flush...) I just went to a local suzuki/toyota/daewoo dealer my cousin works at, got the parts for like 30 bucks and my uncle put them in (mechanic). I think it's just that the housing that comes with it sucks. Just grab the parts from your local dealer and you could probably do it, or just ask a mechanic.

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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Well The same thing happened to me and I have a Answer!
It was was just getting to hot and the thermostat housing is Crappy mine blew as well.. so I went to a Toyota dealer and bought the part and put it in my self.... EASY Stuff

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  • charleskmoor Apr 02, 2011

    I just replaced the thermostat housing for the second time in my 2001 Daewoo Lanos. I learned that the radiator fans are not coming on. This can cause overheating, especially in heavy start and stop traffic situations. My problem is that I cannot locate the temperature sensor on the engine that switches the fans on at running temperature. I bypassed the relays and caused the fans to run so I know the fan motors are in good shape. Can anyone tell me where the sensor or temperature switch is located on this engine?

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I recently had a similar problem. my car overheated and two hoses going to the engine completely torn apart and also a pipe under the engine was cracked so the antifreeze would not stay in. real huge problem. garage i went to had a hard time finding parts and had my car for three days to later find out when i thought the problem was fixed was not because they never put new hoses on they only put temporary ones on without telling me. now i am having issues with the check engine light coming on. seems to be a few days after filling up with gas, would that be part of the problem?

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