Question about 2006 Kia Spectra
My son went over a some railroad tracks (very bumpy) and the car stalled and now won't start. The engine turns but it sounds like it is not getting any fuel. Is there a fuel reset switch or something of the sort that could have been triggered when going over the tracks?
I agree, i had an accident that caused 2 flat tires after hitting debris in the road, and a kill switch engaged., but debris hit the undercarraige of the car to engage it. Are you sure your son was'nt jumping some railroad tracks. Its a fun, fast little car. i love it.You might call yourl local kia dealer to ask about it. But I suspect you should have someone look at tbe undercarraige of the car.
Aloha Kia Spectra 5 owner
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Check for a fuel shutoff switch, they are made to go off in accidents and shut off your fuel and needs the button pushed to reset
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