Question about 2009 Kia Cerato 2.0
I have stripped the glove box off to see what is going on but I do not know how to strip the air con blower out?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a small black rubber pipe that is directly connected to the airconditioning system, which is usually placed on the passenger side of the vehicle. This normally leaks water when your A/C is switched off after a drive, or while it is in operation during a hot day.
If you identify this pipe as the one I have described above, there is no need to worry about the water leak.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
There is one bolt on top of the radiator support and another in back. The assy fits into a pluug that keeps it aligned so it cam be tough to remove. Just wiggle it side to side while pulling and it'll slowly come out.
Are you looking to fix the bulb that is in the corner of the headlamp? You don't need to remove the head light for that. The is a black cap that screws off just beind it.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
For those of you who may google this link and are looking for an solution, my local repair shop isolated my 2005 Amanti problem to a $2.78 plastic clip on the temperature blend door actuator rod linkage. It simply fatigued and eventually broke resulting in the actuator rod falling off the actuator door lever. The labor to isolate the problem and to replace the clip did amount to almost $170. Hope this helps those of you in the future.
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
SOURCE: water leaking on passenger side
If the water is clear and has no antifreeze smell, then its a blocked condensation drain from the AC. Most likely. You should be able to clean it out quite easy. It will be in front of the passenger side feet area. You may be able to see it from under the hood, or you may have to go from under the car.
Look for a crinkly tube sticking down or it may be a 2- 3 inch downturned L shape tube on the firewall. A pipe cleaner from any tobacco shop will do the job. Just poke it through to clean out. Watch out for water in the eye.
If the water is greenish or orangeish, and feels sticky then you have a heater core leak and will need to replace the heater core.
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
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