Question about 2004 Kia Amanti
Check your belt adjustments for the squealing or replace the belt. As far as the vacuum leak is concerned it could be a leak on any of the vacuum lines. You will need to check the lines manually, start with the lines that connect to the carburetor or injection system. You can use anything that will apply suction on one end and plug the other end with your finger. If you apply suction on the line you should feel it on your finger. Also make sure you test your Fuel cap. I had this problem on a ford Escape and it turned out to be the seal on the Fuel cap.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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