Wanted: drive shaft for 1998 daewoo lanos 1.6 automatic driver's side (front) Used or New
There is a constant noise even when driving sraight. We've been told it was a drive shaft problem. This problem has affected the shock absorber as well. We have been struggling to find a used or new drive shaft for this car. We just wonder if you could help? Thanks.
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I've seen these stub shafts on Subaru transaxles. To replace them, the transaxle has to be removed and taken apart.
Have you checked with the Daewoo dealer to see if you can order them?
You might go to a salvage yard and ask them if they could run a check on a nation-wide locater for the part. If you have to buy a new transmission, this would be the place to find that, also.
new plugs and air filter ,is my first solution but as its a auto then it could be the gearbox slipping which would be caused by the front clutch in the box worn ,also the autochoke could be stuck on causing excesive fuel consumption ,in the uk in the old days we had lots of mechanics stories of women pulling the manual choke out to hang the handbag on ,or american tourists driving in first gear as they didnt know how to change gear .,Or the old man with reumatism driving with his foot on the clutch .Try the air filter first
I assume that it is an Automatic Transmiddion. Look on the side of the shifter. There is a button that locks the trans out of overdrive. It is supposed to be used in towing or going up steep hills where additional power is needed.
If the sound is all the time, no matter what you are doing then it is the Transmission going bad. CV Joints, Wheel bearing will only make the noise when in rotation.. Also remember that this is a front wheel drive car, so it will throw you off thinking it is the wheel bearings or CV joints due to the front wheel drive