Question about 2002 Daewoo Lanos
The car turns over but will not fire-up. I have gotten it to fire-up by spraying engine starter fluid down intake duct. It will run for about 30 seconds and then shut down. I removed one fuel line from inline fuel filter, very little fuel came out of filter. I noticed that the fuel rail did not have any fuel pressure at all either. I have checked fuses related to fuel pump, as well as any relays. So far nothing. If ther is a fuel pump reset switch, I do not know location of switch. Tried to by a shop manual, hard to find locally! Want to eliminate any minor causes before diving into dropping fuel tank to remove fuel pump. any ideas??
Dave again i just posted you so it is definately fuel related listen to see if the fuel pump turns as described in my last post if it does not you can test the relay by replacing it with a known good relay like the horn if your horn works but your fuel pump does not turn swap em see if the horn works still and if the pump now works. If the pump works and the horn does not reinstal the horn relay in its original position and replace fuel pump relay. do the same with fuel pump fuse as sometimes the fuse looks okay but is not. If you have a test light hook it to ground and make sure both metal tabs on the fuse light the light when the pump is activaed.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You must check for power and ground to the fuel pump ,you will have power for approx. 2 seconds with key first turned to the run position and then you will have constant battery voltage during cranking. You may also want to go to AutoZone .com or Alldata.com and bur online manuel for you Daewoo.the are very reasonable and informative. If you find you have correct voltage supply and ground, and assuming the fuel guage is correct and there is fuel,it is very likely you will be replacing the fuel pump , strainer and filter. Don`t laugh on the fuel guage comment, I have had several vehicle towed in to me for no starts, only to find the guage not reading correctly , and the vehilcle was out of fuel.Good luck I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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