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    Default Daewoo Racer/Cielo Fan Club

    Dear All,

    I am an owner of Daewoo Racer since 1995. It has proven to be a very comfortable and economical car throughout this period. It used to give an average of 13Km/L within city and ~15Km/L on long drives. Here are some pictures:


    Daewoo fan club -479355


    Daewoo fan club -479356


    Daewoo fan club -1050638

    Check the links for my rides
    1. Before 2008 (Racer)
    Daewoo Racer
    2. After Jan 2008 (Cielo)
    Daewoo Cielo


    I would recommend buying this car who want a better car at low budgets!

    Any member having used a Daewoo car must share their experience....(y)


    IMPORTANT: SCANNER Facility is Available at Friends Autos, I-9, Islamabad. [Khalid: 0322-5111110, 0321-9562840]


    Quick Links:

    Parts Dealers/workshops link [Page-3 post #:54]:


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    Service Manual/Electrical Diagrams link[Page-30 post #:594]:


    Cielo Conversion [Page-57 post #:1130]:


    How to get Black Bumpers [Page-60 post #:1315]:


    Reading ECM Error Codes [Page-191 post #:3804]:



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    Quote Originally Posted by StrikerX View Post
    car just came back woot... neat poshish work & man just drove it for a few min on GT ROAD absolutely loved it no choo chaan noise no nothing smooth engine & hit 130km/h easily on gt-road!

    Thinking of changing the gearbox now from 4 to 5 forward gears. Is it recommended to that that? if yes then how much will it cost & which transmission do i have to buy?
    5 forward transmission came with 1.5 DOHC 16 valve , i think there is no problem in 4 forward with 1.5 SOHC 8 valve engine.

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    @all daewoo lovers
    post some latest pics of ur daewoos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shah73 View Post
    I am tatally againt all this caltex, shell etc. they charge more for their brand name. caltex havoline exhausted white smoke from my woo's overhauled engine withour any reason whihc vanmished with chnage of oil.alos thes eoils has to be chnaged maximmj after 2 to 3K Km mileage.

    I have used A Korean branded synthetic oil (Rs1300 only) at lahore, tomorrow i will post its pic and brand name which i dont remember now.
    very nice and great engine oil..Daewoo fan club - icon14
    @strikerx:
    As promised, pl find below required details, am not a technical expert, but i recommend it due to its benefits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrikerX View Post
    @asad
    thanks for replying!

    I'll post pics in a few days.

    p.s so no 5frwrd gears i should stick with 4?
    lets see wat testdriver says regarding 5 forward with SOHC.

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    5 gears on an sohc is not a problem
    the problem is the hassle for changing the original gearbox and the alteration, though not many...
    You should first look into the price analysis of changing the gear system and then think if the cost is beneficial to you.
    If you drive on highways more than often and your day to day driving includes 75% of highway driving, meaning you drive at highest gear level with high rpm then you should think of changing the gears.
    If you are normally using the car in a city where you normally keep are middle gears and if high gears are used not much at very high rpm then no need for the change.
    AS you wont be getting any type of fuel economy benefit in city.
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    well you should send me some good high resolution pictures of your car to me... let me put some stripes on it and then you check what you want to do for the change
    but paper or any sort is highly not recommended
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    Quote Originally Posted by JuGnO View Post
    5 gears on an sohc is not a problem
    the problem is the hassle for changing the original gearbox and the alteration, though not many...
    You should first look into the price analysis of changing the gear system and then think if the cost is beneficial to you.
    If you drive on highways more than often and your day to day driving includes 75% of highway driving, meaning you drive at highest gear level with high rpm then you should think of changing the gears.
    If you are normally using the car in a city where you normally keep are middle gears and if high gears are used not much at very high rpm then no need for the change.
    AS you wont be getting any type of fuel economy benefit in city.
    good advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuGnO View Post
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    well you should send me some good high resolution pictures of your car to me... let me put some stripes on it and then you check what you want to do for the change
    but paper or any sort is highly not recommended
    thanks for sending me ur email. i will send u some pics.

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    bro thanks for ur timely replies, i have installed the new genuine disc rotors worth rupees 3500/- from rajput autos and now quite satisfied with results, but there is one weakness and i think its with all racers, that is brake, the wheels locks and vehicle began to drag ahead with locked wheels, i have already replaced the brake servo with the indus model 2.0D's servo, it improved a bit but at the end the problem is same. i can't depend on its brakes on high speeds and emergency braking. is anything possible to improve the braking performance, if not like civic, even little lesser then that, but this thing should be done. i m completely satisfied with the car's overall performance but when it comes to brakes i m very much dishearted. kindly help.

    second thing is the life of timing belt of racer is very less. last sunday i got it replaced just after 17000 kms because of bad condition. is every one facing the same problem or its just with my car.

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    @testdriver

    bro thanks for ur timely replies, i have installed the new genuine disc rotors worth rupees 3500/- from rajput autos and now quite satisfied with results, but there is one weakness and i think its with all racers, that is brake, the wheels locks and vehicle began to drag ahead with locked wheels, i have already replaced the brake servo with the indus model 2.0D's servo, it improved a bit but at the end the problem is same. i can't depend on its brakes on high speeds and emergency braking. is anything possible to improve the braking performance, if not like civic, even little lesser then that, but this thing should be done. i m completely satisfied with the car's overall performance but when it comes to brakes i m very much dishearted. kindly help.

    second thing is the life of timing belt of racer is very less. last sunday i got it replaced just after 17000 kms because of bad condition. is every one facing the same problem or its just with my car.

    waiting for earliest possible reply.

    regards
    i have nissan servo but dragging on sudden brake at high speed is common in daewoo. i have to press brakes padal softly than i works properly.

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    thanks for reply, what about the timing belt issue ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mostwanted_legend View Post
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    thanks for reply, what about the timing belt issue ?
    when i purchased my car , its mileage was 100 k and now its 150k plus but there is no issue faced by me regarding timming belt. i never changed its timming belt and dont know whether previuos owner changed or not. bus Allah ka naam lay kar chala raha hon. NO TENSION

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    does anyone know where to get this sort of glow plate for my racer's meter, as i have seen it in several racers. checked whole babo mohallah but no one has it there for daewoo.

    if anyone have a source, plz share

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    Aslam o Alaikum,

    my woo is giving sound like (bhaaaaaooo, bhaaaaaoooo, from left side.

    what it could be?

    next i need speedometer cable any one can guide me about this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by welcome786 View Post
    Aslam o Alaikum,

    my woo is giving sound like (bhaaaaaooo, bhaaaaaoooo, from left side.

    what it could be?

    next i need speedometer cable any one can guide me about this?

    regards,
    if this sound is being increased with speed of car than its might due to poor wheel bearing . price for front left wheel bearing is chineese 400/- and japanes 1100/-. install pakistani speedometer cable if failed to found original cable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asad_scorpio21 View Post
    if this sound is being increased with speed of car than its might due to poor wheel bearing . price for front left wheel bearing is chineese 400/- and japanes 1100/-. install pakistani speedometer cable if failed to found original cable.
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    yaar kisi ne agar pakistani cable lagai ho to experience share karo plz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asad_scorpio21 View Post
    if this sound is being increased with speed of car than its might due to poor wheel bearing . price for front left wheel bearing is chineese 400/- and japanes 1100/-. install pakistani speedometer cable if failed to found original cable.
    any one have used pakistani speedometer cable, must share his experience with all.

    pakistani cable is available in 250 rupees.

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    Guys my woo is havin problems on petrol ... startin troubles on petrol plus jerky and switches off over and over again on petrol... runnin is absolutely smooth on gas .. what cud be the issue?? dirty fuel lines?? cause the smell was kinda funny wen on petrol ??

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