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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
theer is a large flexiable hose on the engine, one end goes to the engine and the other comes from the plastic air box, inside that airbox is the air filter.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
The 2003 Kia Sorento with 3.5L V6 has the spark plugs located under black plastic covers in the center channel of each cylinder head. Several brackets, cables, and hoses must be moved out of the way to access them. The manufold air intake tube needs to be removed on the right bank.
The left cylinder bank has coil-on-plug assemblies while the right bank has more conventional spark plug caps with sealing assemblies to keep dirt/moisture out of the spark plug wells. The coil-packs are held with two 10mm bolts each and are difficult to get to. Use universal-joint sockets and an extension.
Takes about 2.5 hours to R/R spark plugs. The average do it yourself'er will take longer (usually). All electrical plugs are color-coded and/or indexed so it's pretty difficult to screw it up. The cruise control actuator cable is in the way on the left bank. Twisting the cable elbow upright releases it from the actuator allowing it to be bent sideways to gain clearance.
Good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on May 10, 2009
The fuel pump relay for this 2003 Kia Sorento is located insdie the engine compartment fuse box, open the hood locate fuse box and the relay is there, the fuse box cover should have listing of the location of the relay.
Posted on Oct 06, 2012
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If it's an overhead cam, which I think it is, then it should be toward the very front of the engine, likely within the timing case. There should be some wires coming from it. It's usually a small black sensor.
Posted on Nov 12, 2012
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