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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dragging right front brake
Then it it most likely something other than the caliper, like maybe the master cylinder or some brake line problem it your problem is only on one brake. I assumed that you changed the pads and rotor as well (and did both sides at the same time) Rick
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
the temp control on your dash operates a hot water valve under hood, it's probably vacuum aparated, like the doors in the heater housing, the valve may be close to heater core,check for vacuum leaks around dash control, totally unrelated leaks can cause problems, and yes a blocked heater core can definitly cause the problem,but I would save that unless it's easy to get at, eliminate other stuff first, luck
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
Listen for 2 to 3 second prime on fuel pump when the key is turned to the on position. Make sure every thing is as quiet as possible when doing this. also it may take several tries to hear it so make sure you wait at least 10-15 seconds before each try . the fuel-pump should also run while cranking. Do this and re-post and we'll take ti from there!--thanks
Posted on May 24, 2010
SOURCE: 1996 Kia Sephia When the weather
This should actually be quite easy. There are sensors that the engine uses to tell when the engine is cold. If it is stuck one way or the other you will get a hard start either hot or cold like you are experiencing. You should have one for the guage on your dash and one that tells the computer how to act and operate the engine efficiently. You need to eplace the one for the engine. The part runs about....are you ready for this....$10 - $20! It takes about 5 minutes to replace. It is located in the upper engine area, end of intake manifold and in the the engine block. You need a long socket, ratchet, teflon tape for the threads and you done. Let me know if you need anything else.
Posted on Oct 21, 2010
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