Having problems with your Daewoo Lanos ?

My car will spin over great but will not fire and run. its not getting any fuel and i pulled the back seat to open the hatch for the fuel pump and i used a test light on both sets of wires comming to the pump and there is no pwoer comming to it. I checked all the fuses in the fuse boxes and they are good but i cant find the emergency fuel shut off switch or if it even has one please help.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 01-03-2021

Answers :

Not a common problem, I did some research on P1627 , that on other vehicles means faulty ECU

P1627 : Module supply voltage out of range, apparently on your car this means fuel level sensor out of range.
Many users getting P1627 replaced ECU with no result. Replacing fuel sender and fuel pump fixed the problem.
As far as I know Daewoo did not release any bulletin on P1627 .

You need to replace the fuel level sending unit.

If that will fix your problem, then please do not forget to leave feedback.


Hi, as far as i can remember its down the side of the drivers seat underneath a rubber cover panel.

Can you hear the fuel pump start working when you turn the ignition on or is it totally silent.

Also with this make of car their seems to be alot of problem with the fuel pump anyway.

Im asking round for you now for the exact location for the cut off switch ill post back as soon as i find out anything in the mean time let me know if you can hear the fuel pump start working or not if you can the the fault wont be with the cut off switch.

Let me know how you get on whilst i ask around for you then ill post back what i find out so you post back after you have tried what i told you
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