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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: KIa Mentor engine light
if the light came on it could be a fluid level warning. In most models today they don't have a light or gauge for the levels. I would check this first. you mention a hesitation, this could be as simple as changing the fuel filter or a faulty O2 sensor. Best bet is ti have a diagnostic scan done to find out if there is an active code present in your ECM.please rate this.....thanks
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
check the clutch slave cylinder while haveing someone step on the clutch to insure movement if there is little to zero movement then replace the clutch master cylinder and bleed it out ! also look to see if fluid drips from the slave cylinder? if it does? then replace that too! if all that checks out then/ remove the transmission and inspect! check/change the clutch pressure plate assembly
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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