Question about 2002 Kia Sportage
If there is fuel in the gas tank, I would remove the bolts holding the upper section of the timing belt cover and pry it back carefully to look for a stretched, broken or damaged belt. If it looks good and snug on the pulleys, then I would replace the fuel pump relay and the main relay and check the fuel pump connectors are properly connected and for a good ground wire and make sure the screw is tightened securely to a good, clean surface that is properly grounding the fuel pump and replace the fuel filter if it was not done with the pump
Posted on May 08, 2010
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