Question about Daewoo Nubira
Sounds like the belt is off a tooth on the cam or crank sprocket, go back over your work closely, this is an easy thing to have happen to even the best of them all.
Remove # 1 plug turn over till the piston is top, both intake and exhaust are closed, next line up your timing marks, possible you may have it 180 out?
Lots of techs get #1 piston up but dont look to see if the intake and exhaust valves are closed.... if the valves are not both closed you are not up on # 1, both #1 and # 3 will have the intake and exhaust vales closed when you are on the real #1, #1 and #3 are companion cylinders as #2 and #4 are in the firing order having #1 piston up and only one valve closed throughs you completely off that is why it is recommende to pull tghe valve cover off and check the 1 and 3 companion cylinders for proof positive you are on #1.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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