Question about Kia Rio
Engine cranks over ok. No blow fuses. Have replaced fuel pump relay but made no difference. I am trying to determine if it is the fuel pump or some other engine sensor that is causing the problem. I can not understand why the car restart after it has sat for several hrs. Temperature related?
Generally this kind of problem is caused by a faulty electronic component getting heat soaked. Best bet is to run your diagnostics while the car is still warm and won't start. If you wait for it to cool down (when it starts), the problem will not present itself. If it's not trying to start at all, it's usually the ignition module. If it runs rough, it's usually one of the coils.
Posted on Jan 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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