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Hi Svei, Your vehicle uses a distributer type injector pump and has no bleeding facility on the pump. The way you bleed your system is from the filter housing combined lift pump. The housing may be damaged by high sulpher content in the fuel obtainable where you are, or a damaged seal. Replace thee filter, filling it as full as possible with clean diesel fuel before fitting. Once fitted pump until the press button feels firm and hard. Start engine and continue pumping until engine runs smoothly. If there is whitish smoke omitted, air is still present in the system. Make sure that all fuel pipes are in good condition and firmly fitted and that there are no cracks or loose fittings. Regards John
I have had no experience with Daewoo since they were not widely distributed in the US, but if the engine casting is the same then the newer engine should fit nicely. You will have to swap out some of the control circuits for the newer ignition system. I suggest spending some time around your local salvage yard comparing your model year to that of the engine donor to see what needs to be swapped. Take plenty of detailed pictures for reference when you (or your mechanic) is doing the work.
Hi Ahmed, If the vehicle is fitted with a carburetor and a low pressure fuel pump, you can have a universal electric pump fitted and fit it into the fuel line between the tank and the existing pump, (left in place). If the diaphragm of the existing pump is damaged and allowing fuel leakage into the sump, remove the mechanical pump and have a plate made to cover the opening, make a gasket and fit the plate in place of the mechanical pump. If the vehicle has fuel injection, a Toyota hi pressure delivery fuel pump can easily be fitted into the fuel tank in place of the original. Regards John
Hi Dennis, If you're sure that the coolant is leaking from the radiator, replace it. If the cooling system is leaking somewhere else, have the cooling system inspected by asking for a cooling system pressure check. After locating the source of the problem attend as required. Areas of interest are 1) The radiator. 2) Radiator pressure cap. 3) Broken or cracked hoses or leakages from where each fits. 4) Water pump 5) Core plugs fitted into engine block and cylinder head. 6) Cabin climate system. (Radiator inside cabin of vehicle) Keep me informed as to your progress. Regards John
DRAIN COOLING SYSTEM.REMOVE CAMSHAFT TIMING BELT.REMOVE AND DISCARD 7 BOLTS SECURING COOLANT PUMP TO CYLINDER BLOCK.RELEASE COOLANT PUMP FROM CYLINDER BLOCK AND REMOVE.REMOVE DISCARD O RING FROM COOLANT PUMP.BEFORE INSTALLING NEW WATER PUMP.CLEAN COOLANT PUMP AND MATING FACE OF CYLINDER BLOCK.LUBRICATE NEW O RING WITH RUBBER GREASE,AND FIT TO COOLANT PUMP.FIT COOLANT PUMP TO CYLINDER BLOCK .FIT NEW BOLTS TIGHTEN IN SEQUENCE TO 7 FT LBS. SEQUENCE BOLT 1 AT 11OCLOCK BOLT 2 AT 5 OCLOCK. BOLT 3 AT 1 -OCLOCK BOLT 4 AT 7 OCLOCK BOLT 5 AT 3 OCLOCK BOLT 6 AT 10- OCLOCK BOLT 7 AT 8 OCLOCK.
Dear Waterpump Fitter, These voyagers are actually fairly easy to install the waterpumps on, The pump is located on the passenger side of the vehicle closer to the front (towards the bumper) It should take the first or second timer maybe a couple of hours to install.Please et back to me if you have any other questions..I'M HERE TO HELP!!