Review: Daewoo Lanos (1997 – 2002)


Cheap second-hand buy. Plenty of equipment.

Doesn't drive that well. Rattly trim, heavy on fuel and not that much room in the back or the boot. In 2011, 17,157 left on the road and 1,382 on SORN.

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What is the intermittent ticking I can hear after using my car?

I can hear an intermittent ticking after using my 2000 Daewoo Lanos. It carries on after locking the car and has gone on for at least 12 hours.
Without actually seeing and hearing it makes identification difficult. I'd presume that it is one of the relays. You could try removing each fuse (one at a time) and seeing if the ticking then stops, then it would at least indicate what circuit is causing the noise.
Answered by Alan Ross
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