Question about 1997 Kia Sephia
The most common cause of this would be an engine ignition misfire, if that is the case the Check Engine waring light should be on and blinking when the misfire corrs.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 kia sephia
it could be anything.but to my knowledge in that year the unit itself was bad to go out (line in gas tank )or it may be electronic pickup very rarely it would be caused from plugs . good luck to ya.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
SOURCE: fuel pump 1997 kia sephia
I have never heard of something sensable as an access hatch. On a truck it's sometimes easier to lift the truck bed off of the truck instead of lowering the tank but you obviously don't have that luxury. I wouldn't cut a hole in your vehicle either because not only are you creating a week point, but a place for water and dirt intrusion along with a fresh start for rust. Most likely the fuel pump is a submersable pump and accessed by lowering the fuel tank very slowly until you can reach in and disconnect the fuel lines. Make sure you open the gas cap and disconnect the battery to depresurise the fuel. Don't lower it to far or you will snap the lines off. You will also need to disconnect the electrical connection at the pump. I use a floor jack and a 2x6 the length of the tank or as close as possible to distrubute the load and support / lower the tank down slowly.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
Following the fuel line is always the way to find the filter. It is just forward of the passenger side rear wheel. It is connected to three lines with quick disconnect fittings. You don't need any special tools to remove them, just push in the flat buttons on either side of the connectors. When you put the lines back on, just push them on firmly, and then check to see if they are all the way on by pulling them as if to remove them again. Good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
SOURCE: 1997 kis sephia wire harness
the best way to go about this is to buy the wiring harness adaptor for your car. it plugs into your factory wiring plug, and the wires from the harness adaptor are color-coded to match the colored wires on your stereo. just match them, splice them, and your done.
If you already cut the harness, then I reccommend reattatching the wires that you cut, and just getting the wiring harness adaptor. trust me, for only like ten or fifteen bucks, it will save you alot of hassle. if thats not an option, then the best thing to do would be to get a digital volt/ohm meter. use that to find your constant, switched, and ground. you can also check for continuity to find speaker wires. you can pick one up at an auto parts store for fairly cheap. if you need more info on how to use the meter, and what to check for, then contact me through this site, or repost. ill be glad to clarify anything for you. good luck...
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
manual transmission of a mazda 323 dont fit on your Rio. only thing that fits is mazda 121 on kia pride. all other combination dont fits.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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