Question about 2002 Daewoo Lanos
Still check the voltage if it is below 12.7volts. It may be too low to have the car started. It is odd that the other electrical does not work. You may have to inspect all of the fuses then. If the fuses check out OK you may have to inspect the wiring. Check the wiring. After the battery the power cable should go to the boxes for the fuses, the relays, etc. Inspect the terminals there up to the inside. There may be some ground wires that are not connected or insulation or wires that may have gone bad.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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