Question about Kia Cars & Trucks
Sometimes the indicators stop flashing after maybe 15 or 20 seconds. They just stay on. The next time I use them they are OK again for another 15or 20 seconds. It seems to be happening more frequently now. Can anyone help please? thank you
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you had any transmission services done yet? like a flush sounds like a sticking solenoid but very hard to say with out looking into it please rate -jeff
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
thats a relay thats is not working propperly, must be replaced to fix the problem, just go to your dealiship and ask for a turn indicator relay for your model and ask your part sales man to show you where is located, if not...just follow that click...
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Its the EGR valve. Had exactly the same problems on my old 1.9 JTD.
You can take it off and remove all the carbon crud thats built up inside but the problem WILL return unfortunately. Its a mechanical failure so no error codes will be shown for this fault. You can also block them off which will return all of your power but also possibly make it an MOT failure due to excess soot coming from the exhaust.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
SOURCE: driving down the road. steering
First, loosen your wheels and re-tighten in a star pattern using a torque wrench.(setting of around 70-75 foot lbs is good) If that does not help, check your ball joints. Especially the lowers as they have no provision for lubrication and do not last as long as they should.Track bar end at the chassis should be checked to make sure it's tight and that the bolt hole has not become oblong. Other than that, check all front end components for looseness. The steering stabilizer (sideways shock on steering linkage) is often blamed for that condition and though it can be damaged by it, it never is the cause. Last, in extreme cases where everything has been checked and proves to be good, you can have an alignment shop put a bit more caster in the settings. that causes it to want to go straight without wheel flutter.
I gave you recommendations in the order of importance. I've dealt with and cured this condition (called death wobble) on many many Jeeps. If you have any questions just ask!!!
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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