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I found the part number listed at searspartsdirect.com, but it does not show an illustration. The orginal part number you provided has been discontinued and substituted as #Y0612402. The part costs $23.99 and is listed as a filter, however. I found the part by using the "Find a Part by Part #" on the front page. For confirmation there is a toll free number and email address under the "Contact Us" menu. I hope this helps you.
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Open the hood and prop it.
Open the cover to the under-hood fuse box and locate the fuel pump relay. You can find the fuel pump relay by reading the diagram under the fuse box cover.
Remove the fuel pump relay by pulling it up with your fingers.
Crank the engine for approximately 5 seconds and repeat three times. The engine won't start, because the fuel pump relay is removed and will just crank. The purpose behind this is to relieve fuel system pressure so that you can safely remove the fuel filter without fuel spraying dangerously.
Locate the fuel filter on the passenger side of the engine compartment. It should be black and cylindrical with two fuel hoses attached to it.
Unscrew both hose clamps with a screwdriver and pull the hoses off.
Unscrew the bracket holding the fuel filter with a screwdriver and remove the fuel filter.
Install a new fuel filter onto the bracket and tighten the bracket with a screwdriver
Connect the two fuel lines to the new fuel filter and tighten the hose clamps with a screwdriver.
Reinstall the fuel pump relay.
Start the Kia Sorento and make sure there aren't any leaks. It may take a few cranks to get the fuel circulated through the system for the car to start.
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