Daewoo Lanos T100 Free Downloadable PDF Factory Service Manual / Repair Manual
Model Years: 1997 to 2002
The Daewoo Lanos is a subcompact car manufactured by the Korean automaker Daewoo Motor from 1997 to ... View More Info
Chassis Code(s): T100
1 Workshop Manual Available (See Below)
Daewoo Lanos T100 Factory Service Manual
Workshop Manual for the Daewoo Lanos, covers all aspects of the vehicle including driveline, chassis, interior and electrical. Diagrams and instructions range from servicing and general maintenance to repairs, assembly and rebuild information.
The Daewoo Lanos is a subcompact car manufactured by the Korean automaker Daewoo Motor from 1997 to 2002.
The cars were equipped with GM Family 1 D-TEC I4 engines ranging from 1.5 L (1549 cc) SOHC to 1.6 L (1598 cc) DOHC. In the UK and many countries of Europe (like Italy, France or Austria) there are also E-TEC models 1.4 (1349 cc) and 1.6 (1598 cc). The suspension is built upon that of a Daewoo Nexia, as used in Vauxhall/Opel Astra Mk2 GTE.
The four models available were S, SE, SE Plus, SX, and later, the SPORT model. The S was the base model and did not include many standard features (like a CD player or power windows). The SE was just a small step up from the S base model. However, the SX model usually included a CD, radio, and cassette player along with power windows, a power side mirror and fog lights. A few select SX models even came with a sun-roof though not many did. In the later years, the SE and SX models were dropped and replaced with a new trim line called the SPORT (2001-2002). The SPORT included several features similar to the SX, but also included red/black leather seats, and a metallic silver dash trim. Also, the SPORT model had window controls located on the doors rather than the center console (like in the previous trim lines).