Question about 2000 Kia Sephia
I am assuming you checked your battery already. Go under your hood to the fuse panel, Pull out the IOD fuse for about 10 minutes and replace. Try starting your car after that. If that doesnt help you may need to check your distributor or power coil, If thats good check the crankshaft sensor.
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