Question about 2003 Kia Spectra
Unfortunately there are no mechanical fixes available because that trouble code indicates a malfunction somewhere in the electrical circuit for the fuel pump and that would include wiring from the battery to the pump, the fuel pump control module and the and the car's brain, the ECM. It can be a loose connection, but if one is not easily found, then the problem has to be tested with special electrical testing equipment. More information is available but I can't post an illustration of the troubleshooting for this Diagnostic Trouble Code.
There is, however, an illustration that describes that troubleshooting at this location currently:
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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