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2001 Daewoo Lanos Engine Valve Cover Gasket Keukdong

P311-1B8BEAA    W0133-1637648  New

Keukdong Engine Valve Cover Gasket
  • ; Eng: -E246979
Brand: Keukdong
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2001 daewoo #3 spark plug had motor oil in it?

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Question From tarbender on 2001 daewoo #3 spark plug had motor oil in it?

2001 daewoo lanos 116000 mi. overheated. i have water coming out the back side of engine i cannot see and had oil standing in #3 spark plug

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

As I recall thats an overhead cam engine. The plug sits down a deep tube in the middle of the valve cover. Because of that the valve cover has individual seals around each tube. If one fails you will get a bunch of oil in a spark plug well and usually a misfire along with it. The valve cover gasket comes with new ones to fix that. As far as your coolant leak goes you should narrow down exactly where it is coming from as soon as possible to save some trouble when it gets any worse.

Response From tarbender

wow thanks nickwarner thought for sure i had knocked a whole in the piston,so sure in fact i ain't touched it in three weeks, i ain't so scared now!

Response From nickwarner

If you need repair guides with pics to help you navigate the job a bit try You can set up a login for free that lets you look at repair guides for your car. Comes in handy and can make it much less intimidating.

Response From tarbender

nickwarner what a guy. took all advice given. used your suggestion for autozone.found leak (finally) just heater hose in awfully hard to get place replaced valve cover gasket and seals. im on the road again thanks to you and

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Nick is one of the sharpest knives in the drawer as we know. Hard to get at heater hose. Careful if on the heater core but either way cut the hose carefully with a razor blade type something and peel if off not pull on it.

The "utility knife" type does have a blade available to pull to cut which would be a hardware store item at least here. They don't sell that car where I am in MA - USA so can't help with any exacting know how on the approach but it's fairly generic that things are hard to get to with almost everything now so understand but it can be done.

Spark plug is exactly as Nick said,


Response From Hammer Time

Nick is one of the sharpest knives in the drawer as we know.

Yep, he's our Daewoo specialist.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If anyone comes by with a Citroen 2CV I did (stupid as nothing for it available here) I can help. Dang - an umbrella with wheels!


Response From nickwarner

I'm such a specialist in cars whose manufacturers went bankrupt prior to the first models showing up in the states. But I've got some friends who had them. They got rid of them on my advice because I was tired of spending my free time fixing them.

Response From speed

How about saabs. I hate them with a passion, were the only dealerahip in town that sold them and probably the only that serviced them as a dealer....horrible cars.

Response From nickwarner

Saabs are like Thomas Jeffersons kids that he wouldn'd own up to. In heavy trucks its like a Sterling vs. Ford. Just something they are embarassed so bad they won't put their own name on it.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Out on a limb I shouldn't climb - I refuse to work on Saabs! Take those back to Sweden where they belong!