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What parts do i needed for a tune up on a kia 2004 saoda

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Write down the manufacture date the vin number engine type and capacity eg1.5,1.8,2.0 armed with this info head down to your parts shop you will need. oil correct grade for your car 5litres will be more than enough or just right for 4 cyl. oil filter spark plugs some cars use irridium or platinum with some cars these do have standard equivilant that are cheeper fuel filter air filter a can of throttle body cleaner to clean the throttle body jack up the car sit it on stands never trust a jack remove the drain plug from the sump drain the oil into suitable dish or container and dispose of it responsibly replace the sump plug and tighten it firm locate and remove oil filter fit new filter spin it on then tighten by hand half a turn locate and change fuel filter dont forget to inspect filters for leaks when service is finished add new oil to correct level start engine run til oil light has gone out swich off recheck oil level remove spark plug leads mark them or do one at atime change spark plug put leads back on open air box remove old filter loosen clamp on air intake where it fits on to engine at throttle body move out of the way hold butterfly open and spray with cleaner to remove built up deposits a small bottle brush is good to get inside refit the air intake pipe and filter the cleaner will make the engine run a bit rough you may have to wind it a bit to start it it will clear itself after running for a short time be shaw to refit any plugs or connectors and pipes

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