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Daewoo Espero FAQs
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I HAVE no information to suggest a widespread problem with the Espero, though I can say Daewoo seems to have caught the British bug for building cars with dodgy electrics. They have a bad reputation for their electrical systems, which appear on the surface to be built to a budget and are thus unreliable. I would persist and return it to a Daewoo dealer until the problem is traced and fixed. Make sure they check all wiring loom connections. Daewoo connectors are deplorable -- make sure there are no breaks in wires and ensure the wiring isn't rubbing on a panel where you can't see it. I have seen cars where complete wiring harnesses have been replaced, only to find the problem was a damaged pin in a connector.Show more
Daewoo espero cutting out
IT DOES sound like fuel vapourisation and there could be several causes, but I doubt dirty injectors would be one of them. I would expect dirty injectors to cause poor running at all times and not just when the mercury rises. You could try running on premium unleaded and see if that helps. You could also check the fuel pressure regulator and the fuel pump. And look for places where the fuel in the fuel lines could be subjected to heat that might cause it to vapourise on the way to the engine.Show more