Question about 1998 Kia Sephia
I did the same thing....the fuse box cover has a poor design in the screw that holds it down....the top becomes concave over time and pooling h20 drizzles down the retaining bolt and gets into the fuses. The main fuse that I flooded was only available from Kia...i believe it was an ignition timing control unit.... a silver square fuse (one of the larger ones) that had i think four prongs on it...you proabbly won't find it at any automotive store....btw if you know anything about changing the water pump, i'd be quite oblidged
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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