Question about 1999 Kia Sephia
First thing is to check all of your fluids. Oil, antifreeze, brake fluid, etc...
Auto parts stores like Autozone and NAPA have a small computer that they can plug in under the dash of your car and tell you what the problem is. The Auto parts stores where I live will usually do this for free of charge. If it is a sensor they should be able to tell you which one and how to get to it!
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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