I HAVE A 2002 DAEWOO LANOS. LAST NIGHT ON MY WAY HOME, IT LOST POWER, I GEARED DOWN AND IT PICKED UP SPEED AGAIN JUST TO LOOSE POWER AGAIN, I PULLED OF AND IT DIED ON ME. FUEL FILTER IS CLEAN AND I CAN HEAR THE FUEL PUMP RUNNING, IT WON`T START AND WHEN IT STANDS FOR A WHILE, IT BACKFIRES WHEN YOU TRY TO START IT. THERE IS SPARK AND THE ENGINE TURNS, BUT IT WONT START? ANY SUGGESTIONS.
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Re: 2002 DAEWOO LANOS PROBLEM
check to see if your timing belt is broken. there should be an access hole usually a rubber cap that you can remove to see it. if there is no access hole remove the screws of the timing belt cover and open it enough to see the belt without breaking the cover. If the belt looks ok be sure there is enough tension so that it is not skipping over the camshaft pulley.
check your ignition components for dampness or to see if they are faulty (spark plugs, wires and ignition module and coil packs).
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Here is some extra information on replacing the Daewoo Lanos indicator / hazard lights relay. Open the driver door, on the side of the dashboard there is an access panel. Flip it open with a screwdriver. Now you can pull out a violet connector block. The relay is plugged into this block, it is green. You can just pull it out of the connector block and replace it by a new one. The part number is 96312545, and it has three pins, numbered 31, 49 and 49A. Other specifications: 12V 2/4x21W. It is made by Daewoo / DECO. The same type of relay is used in the Daewoo Matiz. I picked up a used relay from an old Matiz for 2 euros and the indicator/hazard lights work like a charm again. The whole replacement took about 2 minutes, but it took me days to get the used part. Probably other relays with these three pins will work too: google for "31 49 49A". Hope this is useful to other people who run into problems with the Daewoo Lanos indicator lights!
I have replace the ignition switch itself in Hondas that had starting problems. The switches were worn out.My idea is maybe they use a simular switch. Unfortunatly I think the last one I bought was like $55.00 retail. If you do a ignition switch make sure you disconnect the battery first.
I hope this info helps.