20 Most Recent 2002 Daewoo Nubira Questions & Answers

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2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Feb 09, 2019

reverse light activation switch into gearbox faulty



2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Nov 10, 2016

The check engine light could indicate a number of different issues! The only way of knowing is to get the fault codes read.....take to a garage to connect an OBD reader and find the fault codes which will let you know where the fault is.

2002 Daewoo... | Answered on May 14, 2016

You may have an oil leak from the engine or valve covers that is baking off on the exhaust and you smell it. or you may be burning oil due to the rings or valve stem seals.

2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015

Your question is not clear . The car cant start without a spark try and rephrase your question

2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Nov 20, 2015

Chec the crank sensor if its working get some one to test it or you can put it on onother car and see if the car can start

2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Nov 20, 2015

Check for a tempreture censor on the beck of your engene under the inlet manifold that sensor is a big problem try to change it it see how it goes

2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Nov 20, 2015

The bulb is burned out that illuminates the check engine light in the instrument panel. Replace bulb.

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2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Oct 21, 2015

Coils can short only due to short in the wires, Spark plug or Ignition Module. Please read this article for better understanding the Coil issue.

2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Mar 16, 2015

Replace the transmission range sensor/ neutral safety switch.

2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Jan 26, 2015

I haven't had any contact on this car, but let me give you a little story I ran into a while back: I rebuilt an entire engine, resealed the trans, ran all new hand-bent lines, new hoses, etc. but it gets interesting here because my alternator light came on on the first start. I took it back to my re builder, (I rebuild all my starters and alternators when rebuilding an engine). He checked it out-OK. Put it back in- No Dice. Took it back again, same result. In my rip-down, I pulled all kinds of wires, connectors, etc. (and I ALWAYS take photos, mark them all AND take photos). In my haste to put everything BACK TOGETHER, I missed one plug on the back side of the bumper brace that monitors the ambient air temperature at the front of the car and compares it through the computer to the temp of the battery. If the differences are too great, it shuts down the circuit to recharge the battery and makes it appear the alternator is malfunctioning. I plugged it in and VIOLA! a home run. My suggestion, go back trough the wires you touched. Look for unplugged or loose connections, burnt terminals, FUSE LINES. (Check fusible links with a continuity tester). If you take this to a mechanic, expect to put out a wad of cash because troubleshooting electrical is expensive ESPECIALLY since you may have fried something (potentially). I also fixed a 1969 Roadrunner where the guy was pulling his hair out because it would not start (click-click) The Alternator connection at the ammeter was loose. Simple fix; knowing where to look: Priceless! Good luck and BE THOROUGH.

2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Dec 21, 2014

-Check in its manual.

Good Luck

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2002 Daewoo... | Answered on Nov 04, 2014

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