Question about 2002 Daewoo Lanos
Do yourself a favor, and go down to your local Auto Zone. There, you can basically rent a OBD II scanner. Once you return the scanner to the store, you get all your money back. There is no cost involved, just a security deposit. OK, so now you take the scanner, scan for codes, if any are found, the tool has a code data base on board. If you wish to do so, I think you can simply scroll down the complete list of codes for your car, and see what they are for. Good luck. By the way, if the scanner finds a fault, it will tell you what the issue is.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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