Question about Kia Rio
First things you might want to do is to make sure your getting fuel to your injectors.This can be done by loosening the line to the fuel rail and have somebody turn the key on but don't start the car.You should have fuel coming out.Be sure to wrap a cloth around the fitting to absorb the fuel that does come out.Next pull a spark plug out and plug it into the plug wire.Have someone crank the car over and check for a strong spark.It sounds like you might have a bad fuel pump and not getting any fuel.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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