Tutorial para cambiar las luces del Tablero
En esta ocasión, el Fox Club TV les trae una nueva sección, los tutoriales, en esta ocasion de la mano de nuestro RRPP, Andres Avendaño, que nos enseña a cambiar las luces de fondo del tablero de un Fox linea vieja.
CIELO 2000 16V SFI CT84PET
LED Project #2 - Step 06 - Gauge Face Installation
Step 06 of the LED Project #2 DVD - Gauge Face installation
Daewoo Nexia Cold Start, Daewoo Cielo, Daewoo Heaven
The Daewoo LeMans/Racer is a compact car, first manufactured by Daewoo Motors in South Korea between 1986 and 1994. It was replaced by the facelifted Daewoo Cielo—a car mechanically identical to the LeMans, differentiated only by its modified styling cues. The Cielo was subsequently replaced by the subcompact Daewoo Lanos and the compact Nubira in 1997, except in some Central Asian markets for which production of the four-door continues in Uzbekistan. Like all Daewoos preceding it, the LeMans took its underpinnings from a European Opel design. In the case of the LeMans, the GM T platform-based Opel Kadett E was the donor vehicle, essentially just badge engineered into the form of the LeMans, and later as the Cielo after a second more thorough facelift. In markets outside of South Korea, the original version of the car bore the Asüna GT, Asüna SE, Daewoo 1.5i, Daewoo Fantasy, Daewoo Pointer, Daewoo Racer, Passport Optima and Pontiac LeMans names. The original Opel donor car had also been badge-engineered for the United Kingdom market as the Mark II Vauxhall Astra in hatchback form and Vauxhall Belmont as a saloon. The LeMans was updated in 1994 and renamed the Daewoo Cielo in South Korea and some other international markets; the "LeMans" nameplate was not used at all for the facelifted model. Five-door hatchback models exported to Europe were badged Daewoo Nexia with the Daewoo Racer name used seemingly at random on various bodystyles. The Daewoo Heaven name has also been used.