Question about 2004 Kia Optima
I just bought the car and nothing else wrong with it. The oil light does not stay on or flash all the time, just sometimes while ideling. Not sure what to do or why this is happening.
Check oil pressure should be 43 - 57 psi @3000 rpm. if oil pressure is low make sure oil filter and oil change has been done before removing oil pump which is part of the engine front timing cover.if oil pressure okay your oil pressure sending unit could be bad.
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
When the oil lamp lights, it means that your oil pump is not giving the right pressure or it is not working, If it only happens during idling, it indicates that the pump is about to wear and needs servicing, If its intermittent, it may just be a loose wire connection to the sender or a defective sending unit. Try to replace first the oil pressure sending unit.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sun visor on 2006 Kia
My daughter had the same problem with her visor. I put velcro on the visor to try to keep it up out of the way but after a while the velcro came lose and the visor came down again. I called KIA and talked with a technician. I was told that in order to fix the visor I would have to remove the cloth so I should be able to sew. Not a viable solution. We ended up taking her car in and had a new visor put on. It was covered under warranty. Had problems with headlights going out. Bought the replacement bulbs from NAPA. They only lasted a few months. Started purchasing the bulbs from the dealer and have not had to replace them for over a year. Have to pay a little more but it is worth not having to hassle with their replacement.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 2006 Kia
Although is could be a fuel filter, it could also be a fouled spark plug, or a bad spark plug wire. Once you've ruled these things out, the problem could be the TPS (throttle position sensor). This controls your idling speed under all conditions. A faulty TPS will usually idle fine when the engine is cold but once warm, will tend to sputter and in some cases, stall.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
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