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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: back brakes kia spectra 2007
My name is Dennis and I hope to be of assistance.
I have to assume that you are trying to get the piston to retract into the caliper while trying to put new pads on a disc brake. When the pads are worn down the piston is nearly out of the cylinder of the caliper and when you try to get the piston to go back into the caliper it can **** slightly in the bore of the caliper. Center a "C" clamp in the piston and carefully screw the clamp closed pushing the piston back into the bore. While this is taking place the brake fluid is being forced back int the master cylinder and the going will be slower than you think it should be. Just be aware that you are trying not **** the short stubby piston in it bore as you force it to retract to allow you to put the thicker pads in place.
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Posted on Nov 09, 2008
SOURCE: 2007 kia spectra door locks
I had the same problem. Took it in & the shop replaced a relay in the drivers side door. This fixed the problem. They said this has happened to alot of these cars.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
It is a regtangular shaped box located behind the glove box. You gently
remove the stoppers on both sides of the box and allow it to hang
freely on its hinges . Then you will see the filter assembly.
The filter elememt rests sideways within a frame that you slide out by gently pressing on the clips at either end. You install by reversing the procedure. That's it, enjoy your fresh air......
The dealer wants $48 for one here in South Florida , I've seen them for about $40. with the shipping on the net .
All Kia Optima's can be fitted with the cabin air filter. The blower housing is used in other Kia and Hyundai models as well. The manufacturer uses the filter as a selling point for their premium offerings. On the Optima they simply fail to install a filter in the housing. The removable cover is still there. If you search hard enough in eBay motors you will find them. I paid $12. + $8. shipping.
I recommend using the above instructions to get to the blower housing, then vacuum out the narrow area the filter slides into. Mine had accumulated leaves and tree bark from parking outdoors. The filter is effective at stopping debris from flying out of the vents.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
hi from uk the light/simbol you dscribe illuminated is the tyre pressures monitoring warning this is indicating that one or more of your tyres is under inflated in other words you need to check and inflate all tyres to correct pressure as indicated/recommended in handbook the light should reset after driving if not ceck h/book tyres info
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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