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First things first...check for fault codes..If it was your immobilizer you would have a light on to tell you -(flashing as you turn the key to crank the engine )... and you would have no spark..at the plugs at all.
If your engine has compression, fuel and a spark it will run...
You need to check for fuel and spark as your starting point for trouble shooting your cranks no start problem.
You are looking for the torque settings for big end bearings and main bearings on a daewoo matiz?
Main bearings torques on a Daewoo Matiz 800cc (1999)
Stage 1: 25-30 Nm
Stage 2: 55-60 Nm
Big End Bearings…
Just as important as the torque values is the tightening sequence. Since modern engine heads are soft alloys this is key. The bolts are tighten down maybe half the final value on the first pass and then tighten down fully on the final pass. The Sequence is;
7 1 3 5
8 4 2 6
bolts 5&6 are the flywheel side of the engine
Stage 1. 40-45Nm first pass
Stage 2. 85-90Nm. second pass
Since you have the head removed look for carbon build up on the pistons.
You may want to get a car service manual from the library or on the internet.