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How do I find out if my 1999 Lanos is a twin cam or single?

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You can read it in the manual, or if your familiar with the engine parts remove the cylinder head cover, you'll seethe valves and cams, then you'll know if its single or twin... but i think its a twin cam... if im not mistaken...

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Rocker cover twin cam wide cover single cam is a thin cover

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both the single cam and twin cam engines use the teeth on the crank pulley for crankshaft sensor which is bolted in bracket attached to block near oil pressure switch, hopefully you didnt dent(bent) teeth on crank pulley from dropping it or putting pulley down a bit roughly because they bend really eazy.
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Where is crankshaft sensor in 2000 daewoo se


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on single cam engine its inlet manifold side just behind cam gear rear cover bolted into cam box cover
twin cam its behind cams in middle front of engine in centre of rocker cover remove cover over h.t.leads this one is eazy but tricky due to bolt inside cam belt cover

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Where is the cam shaft located 0n a 2002 daiwoo lanos


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Head bolt tension setting


these specs straight from service info
single cam
25Nm + 70deg+ 70deg+ 30deg
twin cam
25Nm+70deg+70deg+ 30deg

alot of after market gasket sets are the 25Nm and 3 lots of 60deg and the extra 10deg bolts are meant to be replaced (use once only) alot of bolts tend to start stretching when doing last 10 deg use oil on threads and washers under bolts 25 and 3 lots of 60deg is correct and more commonly used.

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