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2002 Daewoo Lanos Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 1.6L Apex

P311-1D5DEBF    AHG341  New

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Apex Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
Brand: Apex
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Daewoo Lanos L 4 Cyl 1.6L 98 1588
2002 Daewoo Nubira Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Apex

P311-465E53E    AHG316  New

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Apex Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
Brand: Apex
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2002 - Daewoo Nubira
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2001 Daewoo Lanos Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Ishino Stone

P311-52DFF75    W0133-1626690  New

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Ishino Stone Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
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2001 - Daewoo Lanos
2001 Daewoo Leganza Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Reinz

P311-426DEFB    61-33005-10  New

26317PT , 54395A , HG10065

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Reinz Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Requires Replacement without Cylinder Head Bolts
  • Product Attributes:
    • 19: 0.06
    • California Proposition 65: Warning: Cancer And Reproductive Harm —
    • Complete: Y
    • Configuration: One Piece
    • Contains Applications: Y
    • Features: Engine_cylinder_head_gasket.html
    • Gasket Sealant Included: N
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Material: Composite - Graphite
    • Release Wave: 12/15/2017
  • For secure, lasting macro and micro sealing, and protection against fuel, oil, water, and anti-freeze, Victor Reinz cylinder head gaskets deliver optimal service. Victor Reinz gaskets deliver OE proven strength and resistance to extreme temperatures and high-combustion pressures, and Victor Reinz engineers choose the most effective materials and designs from the global resources of Dana Incorporated.
Brand: Reinz
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2001 - Daewoo Leganza
Victor Gaskets
2000 Daewoo Leganza Engine Cylinder Head Gasket 4 Cyl 2.2L Victor Gaskets

P311-1C0A0F0    54395A  New

09129040 , 11141-85Z00 , 11141-85Z10 , 26317 PT , 8-09129-040-0 , 8-92062-605-0 , 8-92067-765-0 , 92062605 , 92067765

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Victor Gaskets Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Engine Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Graphite
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Package Contents: Head Gasket
    • Cylinder Bore Diameter:
      • 3.45
      • 87.50
    • Cylinder Head Gasket Material: Graphite
    • Gasket Sealant Included: No
    • Item Grade: Oem Standard
    • Material: Composite
    • Package Quantity: 1
    • Thickness:
      • 0.05
      • 1.24
    • Torque To Yield: Yes
  • MAHLE® gaskets provide world class sealing products trusted by OEMs & Technicians around the globe.
Brand: Victor Gaskets
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2000 - Daewoo Leganza L 4 Cyl 2.2L 134 2198

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smoke and water

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Question From yolande on smoke and water

what could be the problem when the car has got grey but more white smoke and water in the exhaust.
daewoo nubira 2000

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Water in the exhaust (other than condensation during warm up) usually mean a blown head gasket, cracked head or something like that letting coolant into the combustion chamber.

Response From yolande

what is the cost to fixing that more or less

Response From Discretesignals

Just curious, but does it smoke like this all the time? Are you having to add coolant? Put your finger on the water dripping out of the exhaust and put it on your tongue. Is the water sweet?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

DS! No don't taste it but just put it on some paper. If it dries it would be plain water and if not something else. Extent of the problem wont be known in full till it is dismantled then the cost should be known,


Response From Discretesignals

I usually just touch my finger to the tip of my tongue. You'll know if it is antifreeze because it will be sweet. I wouldn't recommend drinking or swallowing it.

I've done it for years and it hasn't affected me....

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Too funny guy. I know what you meant. Yes 'sports' fans out there EG or Ethylene Glycol has a sweet taste and is horrible poison but needed for engines. Yup, have been doused by the stuff with that last trick that worked to remove a hose.

Leave is well enough alone that the "Betty Crocker" cookbook doesn't list automotive fluids in recipes for a good reason...........


Response From Tom Greenleaf

yolande : I just posted but showed after you posted. Real antifreeze will not dry so fast was my point and condensation (mostly water) would. It's not reliable to go by color.

Burning fuel if perfect would create equal amounts of water as fuel burned generally as an unseen vapor but could be steam or when thru cold pipes water till it warms up enough - that's about the story. Normal? If conditions are just right yes.
Right where I live can be a full range of conditions. Super cold, well over 100F, dry or humid.

Just as you can see your breath on certain days and others you can't - same thing,


Response From yolande

did water test but on paper and it dries

Response From yolande

no it only smokes when you rev it only for a little while and also when you put water in but also only for a little while.

Response From Hammer Time

You want me to price an unknown repair on a car that may or may not have parts available. Have the car diagnosed accurately and they will tell you what your options are.

Daewoo leaking coolant under radiator cap, passenger side front

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Question From ajeanyuss on Daewoo leaking coolant under radiator cap, passenger side front

My 2000 Daewoo Lanos 4 door S sedan, 1.6L engine model has been having trouble holding coolant lately. I've been having problems keeping the car cool for awhile, and two days ago I noticed that the car was beginning to run through coolant at an alarming rate. This morning when I left for work the car, which I had filled with antifreeze the evening before, had leaked antifreeze all over the ground. The coolant is dripping off the front bumper on the passenger side. When I got to work I opened the hood and found what looked like a pool of antifreeze on the top of the radiator cap (not sure if that's the technical term, but it was the screw on cap to the left of the radiator). Coolant was dripping off the bumper onto the ground. I could not see the source of the leakage.

I'm very low on cash right now so I'm willing to get under the car and fix this myself so long as the job isn't so complicated it's impossible to DIY. If anyone has any suggestions that don't require that I completely dismantle my car and buy lots of expensive replacement parts I would really appreciate it. Also, it might help to let me know what kind of tools are most useful when doing home repairs. Thanks!

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

jean; Assuming that you mean the coolant recovery bottle, or a remote fill bottle where the coolant is coming from?
This could be as simple as a weak radiator cap, or remote fill bottle cap. Or, a thermostat problem that is causing the overheating, or still worse yet, a blown head gasket. You will need to have the cooling system pressure tested for any external leaks. The cap can be tested, as well. Before you spend any money on parts (being a Daewoo, good luck with that) have the engine tested for a head gasket leak. This can be done very easily with a gas analyzer or a chemical test.

Resetting timing on the engine

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Question From chrissy86 on Resetting timing on the engine

Year of vehicle: 1996 (N-reg)
Make of vehicle: Daewoo
Model of vehicle: Nexia
Engine size: 1.4
Mileage/Kilometer: 60,000

The head gasket had blown. I read the manual and have got to the stage of replacing the new head gasket.
In the process of removing the old gasket, I had overlooked the timing procedure on the crank shaft and to the adjuster on the timing belt. Consequently I have lost placement/markings of the timing in the assembly.

1- Can you kindly advise me on resetting the timing?
2- If the above is done incorrectly, what are the signs and symptoms to observe that would indicate this?
3- Can you also advise me on anything to bear in mind when reassembling i.e. hydraulic tappets and fuel system, (if the fuel injection system needs to be re-pressurised) or do I just continue as per normal in reverse order of assembly?


Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

Your manual should have the timing marks in them. If you are having trouble finding the marks on the crank gear, you could always slip the cover & balancer on and line up the tdc mark. If you get it a tooth off it will be obvious it will either have no power or start hard & ping.

Once you get it assembled just turn the engine over by hand 2 complete revolutions before starting and if it spins freely it should be good to start.......