Question about 2001 Kia Sephia
The best method is to go to the Auto Parts store and get a
of Starting Fluid..This is basically Ether..This is a very volatile
substance that is easily sucked into a leak and causes a dramatic
change in engine running condition.
With the car at idle spray carefully around the base of the carb or throttle body, at the area where the manifold meets the head, around vacuum hoses and any connections either below the carb base or after the Mass Air or Air Flow Meters.Any noticeable change in idle speed or quality will indicate a vacuum leak
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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