Daewoo Nubira Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Daewoo Nubira reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Daewoo Nubira idle stepper motor
The idle stepper motor would seem to be an obvious cause of the problem, but look at doing things like cleaning the throttle body and making sure there are no vacuum leaks, which can sometimes cause a high idle speed. If you want to get it checked take it to a mechanic, the problem is more likely to be mechanical than electrical.
Used Daewoo Nubira review: 1997-2003
Daewoo is a dirty name in the local car business, unfairly perhaps. The company came in the wake of Hyundai, when Korean cars were cheap and cheerful, little more than disposable white goods, and it ...Read More
Daewoo takes a belting
DIFFICULT to apportion blame here. When they talk about the belts, were they talking about the cam timing belt or the external belts? The cam belt needs to be replaced at the carmaker's service recommendation. If that wasn't done, then you probably have a claim. If it was changed and it subsequently broke, you probably don't have a claim. You need to check your paperwork and see if it refers to a manufacturer's logbook service. You should also check for a guarantee, because most service people will back their work with a warranty.
WE CONTACTED Holden and were told any Holden dealer will be able to help you with the code. I suggest yours couldn't be bothered to help. Go back to the dealer and insist they contact Holden.
Noise in a daewoo
TAKE the car back to your nearest Holden dealer and have it checked. It's still under warranty, so there is no point messing about. Holden dealers are servicing Daewoos and handling warranty issues after the company's departure.