Question about 2002 Kia Spectra
I am asuming your Kia is not under warranty, so I would start with your heat sensor, and your thermostat. You could have the wrong thermostat for the area you live in. You should really go to auto zone or some other part store that offers free diagnotic testing. The test they use is not nearly as good as the one the dealers use, but will usually pick up the majority of your sensors. Let me know how this goes, I can tell you much more if you can get that done. The only other thing I recamend is if your going to work on your own car buy a Chilton. Not a Haines a Chilton, these are very easy to read and designed for the novis to understand. It will tell you where everything is and how to fix it.
Posted on May 01, 2009
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