Question about 2007 Kia Rondo LX V6
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 KIA OPTIMA EX
look under the car drivers side. it should be mounted to the frame about mid way under the car. it will be a metal cylinder with 2 lines connected to it. one of the lines will be going to the front and the other will be going to the back of the car.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
SOURCE: fuel filter
Sorry to all of the people who say there's a fuel filter in the tank. But I just removed the pump and sending cluster, thru the access port in the trunk of my '03 Optima. All I found on the unit was a fuel sock. Not a large filter with 2 fittings on it. Which is what you'll get if you buy one at the auto parts store. I also just got off the phone with a well respected import mechanic in my area. He said that alot of Kia's don't have fuel filters. Reason! Some engineers believe the fuel we get now days is so top quality that filters are not needed. LOL! By the way the sock's only purpose is to remove large particles that some times occur in the tank from rust or corrosion. It can usually be cleaned with throttle body cleaner and not replaced.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
The fuel filter is located in the fuel tank, pump removal is required to replace. There is an inspection cover behind the front seats on the floor to gain access to the pump. stupid idea. but whats not stupid about kia.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
actually you need to remove the rear left splash shield (black plastic lining inside the fender). You should see the part attached to the filler neck with a strap tie. You'll need to cut the strap tie, disconnect the electrical connector and remove the hose clamp holding the filter on to the vent hose. Install is the reverse of removal, just make sure to tightly strap the filter back to the filler tube or it'll rattle when you hit bumps. Good luck!
Posted on May 18, 2009
start of at the gas tank look under neath there are some black lines running towards the engine follow it to a small gold color that ataches to the line you are following that is the filter the pump is in the gas tank you need to drop the straps at the tank to bring it down
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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