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Covers the 1.4L, 1.6L and 1.8L engine.
Back to : Service Manual - Daewoo L | HomeSECTION 1 GENERAL INTRODUCTIONSECTION 1GENERAL INTRODUCTION1. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL FOR PDI AND SERVICE 2. PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION FORM11SECTION 1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION1. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIAL FOR PDI AND SERVICEFollowing tools and fluids should be prepared for the Pre-Delivery Inspection process and its service. TOOLS · Tire pressure gauge · Tire inflator · Rubber hammer (for wheel cover/cap) · Torque wrench (for wheel lug nut torque) · Wrenches 8 mm - 21 mm · Small flat blade screwdriver · Screwdriver(+) · Pliers · Cassette tape (for cassette operation inspection) · Headlight aim tester · Tachometer with tacho pulse pick-up · Shop towels FLUIDS · Brake/clutch fluid · Engine oil · Manual transmission fluid · Automatic transmission fluid · Power steering fluid · Engine coolant · Windshield washer fluid · Spray lubricant(s)12SECTION 1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION2. PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION FORM· Pre-delivery inspection form as shown in next pages shall be prepared, and the performances of inspection, checking, related services and remedial actions should be described in the check form. · Prior to pre-delivery inspection, the upper column appears at first page of PDI form should be fully filled up as follows. Vehicle model, vehicle identification number and body color code is stamped on the vehicle identification number(VIN) plate attached to the top of the cross member, above the radiator. The engine number is stamped on the cylinder block under the No. 4 exhaust manifold of the engine. Fill up the other blanks in the column, for instance dealer stock number, repair order number, owner's name, address, city, state, delivered by dealer name, dealer code and date, is necessary. · Inspect the vehicle, and record the inspection result on the PDI form as following order in accordance with the detail items in the PDI form. Engine compartment Body accessories Under vehicle Road test Appearance · Delivery report column shall be checked and confirmed only after all the defects, that might have been found during inspection, had been completely corrected.13SECTION 1 GENERAL INTRODUCTIONPREDELIVERYINSPECTION PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTIONVehicle Model Vehicle Identification Number Engine Number Color Code Dealer Stock No. Repair Order No. Owner's Name Address City Delivered by Dealer Name Dealer Code Date StateCHECK, INSPECT AND/OR PERFORM THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS1. Engine compartment Check Engine Compartment for components which may be loose; kinked or pinched vacuum hoses or electrical connections, and for any other missing or disconnected components. Check to assure that hoses and electrical wires are properly routed to provide sufficient clearance with adjacent moving or hot parts. Observe the movement or freeness of movement of linkage, valves and other components. Check for unusual noises within the engine compartment. Visually inspect for seepage and leaks at hoses and pipe connections, seals, gaskets and plugs. Tighten clamps and connectors as necessary. Check power steering gear, lines and hoses for leaks and clearance with adjacent panels, moving or hot parts. Tighten clamps and connectors as necessary. Test engine coolant protection. Check all fluid levels; engine oil, transmission oil, power steering oil, battery, brake, clutch and cooling system Add as required. Check throttle linkage for freeness at wide open and closed throttle. Check tension on all belts. 2. BodyAccessories · Check operation of all interior and exterior lights; Headlights Operation and Aim Stop Lights (correct as necessary to conform Tail Lights with local specifications) License Plate Lights Turn Signal Lights Position Lights Hazard Warning Lights Additional Turn Signal Lights Back-Up Lights · Check operation of all standard and optional accessories, such as; Front dome lamp with sun roof Tailgate window wiper and Glove box illuminization washer switch Head lamp leveling switch Radio/cassette, speakers, Instrument panel gauge antenna operation Cup holder Front fog lamp switch Cigarette lighter Rear fog lamp switch Clock Rear window demister switch Door lock Instrument illumination control Child safety door lock switch Door window Horn switch Outside rearview mirrors Wiper and washer operation Tiltable steering wheelREMARKSInstrument Panel Lights (includes all warning lights) Dome and Courtesy Lights Daytime Running LightsPower sun roof Seat/Power seat Fuel filler door release lever Trunk lid release lever Engine hood release lever Theft deterrent system Immobilizer system Perimetric protection Ultrasonic interior space protection Keyless entry system Key hole illumination Front door step lampGM DAEWOO AUTO & TECHNOLOGYPre-Delivery Inspection Sheet14SECTION 1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION3. Under Vehicle: · Visually inspect vehicle undercarriage for looseness, missing components and line routing and clipping, and fluid leaks. Tighten clamps, couplings and connectors as necessary. Check Axle and Manual Drive shaft of front drive axles Steering Gear and Linkage Proper Tie Rod Clamp Position Transmission Fluid Level Wheel stud and Axle flange nuts Brake System Tires Exhaust System for Proper Fuel System Alignment and Clearance Front and Rear Suspension 4. Road Test · Road test on a route with road conditions permitting the proper evaluation of squeaks and rattles. During this test, check the following items for proper operation and function; Seat Belts Steering Column Ignition Lock Free play of brake and clutch pedal Instruments and Gages Horn Throttle Controls for Free Operations Wind Noise Steering(wheel center position and handling)/ Options and Accessories SSPS(Speed Sensitive Power Steering) Heater and Air Conditioning Brakes(includes parking brake and warning light) Operation of Windshield Wiper and Washer for Pattern, Speed, and Parking Position(includes aim washer if necessary) Cruise control Engine and Transmission Performance During Acceleration, Deceleration, Idle, Cruise and Downshifts Squeaks and Rattles-Correct Minor Ones Which Can Be Eliminated by Tightening of Loose Nuts or Bolts, or by Applying Lubricant 5. Appearance · Inspect condition and perform detail operation Remove Exterior Protective Shipping Material(s) Wash Vehicle · Check for proper assembly, fit and retention of parts and components, such as; Bumpers Moldings · Grille Sill plates Emblems Roof rackExterior finish Detail Clean up Remove Overspray, Cement, Weatherstrip Sealer, etc. Touch-Up Chipped Paint(brush or aerosol spray) Hand Polish Minor Paint Imperfections by Wet Sanding with 600-Grit Paper or Hand Compounding Interior trim and carpets protective coverings, clean as required, Inspect: Sun Visor Kick Pads Seats Instrument Panel Carpet Door Trim Panels Console Headliner Interior Moldings and Hard Trim for Fit, Overspray, Polish, Sealer and Adhesive Clean As Required Trunk Trim Spare Wheel Jack Vehicle Tools Battery·Delivery Report Complete Ownership Registration Card Complete Owner and Selling Dealer Information and Review and Explain Along with the Maintenance Schedule Deliver Service Guide Booklet to Owner Demonstrate Operation of All Accessories & OptionsAbove Services Performed by TECHNICIAN Delivered byDateDatePre-Delivery Inspection Sheet15