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Where can i get cylinder head gasket and intake gasket for 1.5 1999 lanos

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Should i take the cylinder heard for repair or whats the solution to compresion of daewoo lanos?


depends on the cause.
blown head gasket

warped cylinder head - re-machine of head required

Cracked head - head needs welding and machining

Dec 04, 2016 | Daewoo Cars & Trucks

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What are the torque specs and sequence for the intake and head gasket on a 1999 Chevy Silverado 6.0l V8 K2500


Cylinder Head Bolts (First Pass all M11 Bolts in Sequence)
30 N?·m
22 lb ft
Cylinder Head Bolts (Second Pass all M11 Bolts in Sequence)
90 degrees
Cylinder Head Bolts (Final Pass all M11 Bolts in Sequence-Excluding the Medium Length Bolts at the Front and Rear of Each Cylinder Head)
90 degrees
Cylinder Head Bolts (Final Pass M11 Medium Length Bolts at the Front and Rear of Each Cylinder Head in Sequence)
50 degrees
Cylinder Head Bolts (M8 Inner Bolts in Sequence)
30 N?·m
22 lb ft
Intake Manifold Bolts (First Pass in Sequence)
5 N?·m
44 lb in
Intake Manifold Bolts (Final Pass in Sequence)
10 N?·m
89 lb in
Intake Manifold Wiring Harness Stud
10 N?·m
89 lb in

Oct 27, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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How do you change a head gasket on a 99 daewoo lanos 1.6l dohc?


Find a service manual for that model or others with similar engine. Follow the instructions given. You will need to remove the cylinder head first which involves removing a lot of items including the timing belt/chain. Best done by a qualified mechanic.

Jul 20, 2014 | 1999 Daewoo Lanos

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Were to start when changing cylinder head gasket


put in time and remove valve cover, front engine cover, timing belt ,exhaust at manifold, intake manifold and remove head bolts, pull head clean all surfaces replace gasket after head ck for cracks follow specs on bolts and put back together in a shop in would take about 4 to 6 hrs to do .

Jul 15, 2012 | 2002 Daewoo Lanos

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2001 daewoo lanos dual overhead 1.6 liter head bolt torque and sequence


  1. Tighten cylinder head bolts to 25 N.m (18 ft. lbs.). Tighten bolts an additional 70 degrees plus 70 degrees plus 30 degrees using angular torque gauge .
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Oct 20, 2011 | 2000 Daewoo Lanos

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Big fuel consumption and the lose the antifreez the coolant in engine


if the coolant is mixed with your oil you have a blown head gasket ,or a bad intake gasket check your oil if is creamy like a chocolate milk shake then is a head gasket

Apr 19, 2011 | 2000 Daewoo Lanos

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Water in oil


Bad head gasket or bad intake manifold gasket.Either one will cause water in oil.Do not run engine will cause bearing damage.gaskets way cheaper than new engine.

Feb 28, 2011 | 2000 Daewoo Lanos

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What's the difference between a blown head gasket and a blown intake gasket?


The head gasket goes between the block and the head, and seals the combustion process, and cooling water, and (if oil is pumped obove the heads to valve components) oil pressure.

Intake gaskets seal between the intake manifold and the head, and seal against intake vacuum, and in many cases, coolant.

A badly blown head gasket will so destroy compression in the cylinder that you can hear uneven cranking as that cylinder comes up on compression, kind of a “whir, whir, WHIR, whir, whir, WHIR, whir” with the capitalized whir being the engine spinning much faster due to no compression holding the starter back.

You will never be able to hear a problem with an intake manifold gasket until the engine actually starts to fire and/or run.

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I discovered water in my oil this morning on my 1999 blazer 4.3 v6 could this be the intake gasket?


It could be an intake manifold gasket causeing this...it could also be a head gasket and/or cracked cylinder head. You can pressure test the cooling system to check the intake gasket, and compression test the cylinders for head problems.. If you have had an overheating problem in the past the cylinder heads and gaskets would mostly likely be the problem....Removing the spark plugs will give you an indication on where the water is entering...the plug will be discolored.
Good luck..i hope this helps..please rate me a fixya.

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