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Problem with daewoo Lanos 1997, 1.4

The car doesn't work. It can't start. There is no fume in the exhaust and it's worked on 2 cylindes. Where can be the problem. It past all tests, but............

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Sounds like a real problem you got there, i would start by buying a new car ;) and end it at that please rate -jeff

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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