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#1

Does anyone have a diagram for the timing marks for a 2001 daewoo Lanos. I have been working on this car for hours and I cant get it to run. PLEASE HELP ME!


#2

you should invest 20 bucks into a haynes manual. it will pay for itself quickly.

now the 1000 dollar question; is this problem because of a broken timing belt?


#3

as it happens i own a nubira.

you should pay attention to the same timing marks on the frame. they are above the cams, on the frame, and on the frame below the crank shaft>


#4

again… the two revolution turn is key. since you must get it to agree two times, to assure that the cam sprockets are in sync.


#5

and the 64 thousand dollar question is… this IS an interference engine. so DON’T start it unless you are sure.


#6

thanks cappy. you said on the crank its below . I think I need a special tool for the time belt tensioner. I dont understand how it moves back and forth.


#7

Thanks again cappy, won’t start until turned over two revs to make sure everything lines up. Now, how does one get the timing belt on because I don’t see how the tensioner moves?


#8

the tensioner is released by the hex head bolt on the center of the tensioner.

the tensioner has a hex head “hole” on the steel strap which is integral to the tensioner.

this hex head socket uses a allen wrench metric wrench to tension the belt. then the bolt is tightened to snug the tensioner.