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Old 13-06-2013, 03:20 PM
catsmaty catsmaty is offline
 
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Unhappy Daewoo/Chevrolet Car won't start, Please Help.

Hi,

I have a Daewoo/ Chevrolet Nubira, 2004, 1.4 and it has been working well till two weeks ago I started to have a problem with it.

It starts for one or two seconds and then it stops, unless I keep revving the car for 10 times or so and leave it running for 10 minutes before driving it, otherwise the engine stops again even while I'm driving.

I have noticed that once the radiator/heat engine is on quarter the gauge or so and the engine is warm it starts again without problems, but in the morning when the engine is stone cold I have to keep revving and leave it to get warm.

I took it to my Mechanic three times and he plugged it to the computer and reprogrammed it twice and changed the Heat Coolant Sensor the third time but still no joy, I'm going to him now for the 4th time, can anyone help please?

Thank you
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Old 13-06-2013, 09:19 PM
Tony Angelino Tony Angelino is offline
 
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Hi,

I have a Daewoo/ Chevrolet Nubira, 2004, 1.4 and it has been working well till two weeks ago I started to have a problem with it.

It starts for one or two seconds and then it stops, unless I keep revving the car for 10 times or so and leave it running for 10 minutes before driving it, otherwise the engine stops again even while I'm driving.

I have noticed that once the radiator/heat engine is on quarter the gauge or so and the engine is warm it starts again without problems, but in the morning when the engine is stone cold I have to keep revving and leave it to get warm.

I took it to my Mechanic three times and he plugged it to the computer and reprogrammed it twice and changed the Heat Coolant Sensor the third time but still no joy, I'm going to him now for the 4th time, can anyone help please?

Thank you
go to a different mechanic ya mans pulling the piss
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Old 01-07-2013, 11:53 PM
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Coolant sensor, moisture in plugs or automatic choke needs replacing
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:25 PM
catsmaty catsmaty is offline
 
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Thank you mate, what happened is the Coolant Sensor got damaged and caused a problem with the throttle which affected the ECU, therefore even after I replaced the coolant sensor still didn't work till my Mechanic reprogrammed the ECU.
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Old 26-06-2014, 02:11 PM
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That will be the DaeWooo!
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