Question about 2007 Kia Rondo LX V6
Just went through this with My Kia Rondo, the AC would work then stop, but the blower will still function. According to the dealer, the Compressor had a Short, since my millage was over 80K, the cost to replace was 1229.00
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
If the blower is blowing air its probley not a fuse .check blower threw all settings also slowly adjust your cold to hot mixing knob also do the same for inside and out side air button, you have to find out what is working and what is not to narrow your troble shooting
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem for months. Finally took it to the dealer. The first time, they diagnosed is as a short in the rear interior bulb, and put in a new bulb. Got it home and still had the same problem.
The second time in, they figured things out. On the dash to the left of the steering wheel is a knob that controls the brightness of the dash lights. But, if this knob is all the way on, it turns on the interior lights and keeps them on. Just had to turn this knob down, and the problem was solved!
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Remove the tire, remove the brake calipers, 2 bolts on back side of rotor, remove the carter pin that retains the bolt position if equiped, remove the center nut. When you pull the rotor off watch for a set of bearings to drop out. To install the new rotor reverse the process.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
SOURCE: were is the fuel filter
IT IS INSIDE THE FUEL TANK . IT IS MADE INSIDE THE FUEL PUMP IT IS SERVIECABLE AND RECOMMENDED EVERY 30K . THERE IS A ACCESS TO THE TANK UNDER THE SEAT THERE IS A FEW SCREWS THAT HOLD IT A COVER DOWN REMOVE THIS AND YOU CAN ACCESS .
REOMOVE FUEL PUMP AND TAKE APART THE ACTUAL PUMP SEATS INSIDE THE FILTER .IF YOU TRY TO DO IT YOURSELT BE SURE NOT TO FORGET ANY O RINGS THEY TEND TO STAY IN THE OLD FILTER WHEN REPLACING AND IF YOU DONT SWAP OVER THE VEHICLE WILL NOT START
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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