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P311-3D9DA71    W0133-1779223  New

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2004 - Kia Sedona Fr:06-02-04
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2012 Kia Sorento CV Axle Assembly 6 Cyl 3.5L First Equipment Quality

P311-059DEAF    W0133-1896811  New

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2012 - Kia Sorento EX V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3470
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2009 Kia Amanti CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1C13323    W0133-1825923  New

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2008 Kia Spectra CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1958820    W0133-1825936  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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2008 - Kia Spectra LX Premium
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2006 Kia Spectra5 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1958820    W0133-1825936  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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2006 - Kia Spectra5 Automatic
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2007 Kia Spectra5 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1958820    W0133-1825936  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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  • Production: -11/14/2006, with 27 Splines Inner Joint
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2007 - Kia Spectra5 Automatic To:11-14-06
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2005 Kia Spectra5 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1958820    W0133-1825936  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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  • Production: 07/01/2005-, with 27 Splines Inner Joint
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2005 - Kia Spectra5 Automatic Fr:07-01-05
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2007 Kia Spectra5 CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1958820    W0133-1825936  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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2007 - Kia Spectra5 Automatic Fr:11-15-06

Latest Kia Repair and Axle Installation Advice

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trans axles on a 99 kia sephia

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Question From Guest on trans axles on a 99 kia sephia

i have a 99 Kia Sephia and the cv joints went out so i decided to just replace the trans axles because i heard it was easier to do and i'm stuck i removed the wheel hub and everything so that the axles should come out but the axles wont come out i've tried the pry bar the screwdriver and had some one pull on it while i use the pry bar and it still wont budge so i'm wondering if i just need to keep prying on it or is there some kind of clip or something that i need to remove before the axle will come out.

p.s.
its a manual transmission

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

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1996 Kia Sephia CV AXLE

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Question From Guest on 1996 Kia Sephia CV AXLE

I HAVE A 1996 KIA SEPHIA AND I NEED INFO FOR CV AXLE REPLACEMENT DIAGRAMS? IT IS STUCK IN THE TRANSMISSION AND AM HAVING DIFFICULTY LOCATING THE REPAIR MANUEL FOR THIS PIECE OF CRAP CAR. THIS IS MY SONS CAR. RAN GREAT WHEN WE GOT IT BUT HAS BEEN NOTHING BUT A MONEY PIT FOR PAST 3 MONTHS. CAN SOMEONE HELP?

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

The axle shaft slips onto the trans output shaft through splines. There is an internal lock clip that the axle shaft slides over in the process. Try taking a pry bar and prying back on the shaft close to the transmission. Load the pry bar and give it a hard whack on the handle with your hand. The shaft should then pop and slide by the clip.
Sorry about the lousy description. This is my technique but I would have an easier time to show you as opposed to describing it.

Steve

1994 kea front axle wont come out

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Question From hicup on 1994 kea front axle wont come out

ive been looking to try and find info on how to take the axle out can anyone help me i heard it just snaps in and out but ive been prying on it and its not coming out anyhelp will be great thanks 1994 kia front left axle

Response From dmac0923

Im assuming that youve seperated the axle from the hub assemble first right???? other wise yes once the axle/hub assembly are separated, the axle will just pop out of the transmission. its held in there by a snap/retaining ring in a grove on the axle itself.

Response From hicup

Thanks for the info, it's just that im prying so hard that its chipping the tranny and dinging it up preaty good with out any luck in coming out, is there a better tool then a crowbar thanks.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Just a hard, steady, pry won't do it. You'll end up breaking the alluminum transmission housing. Give it a hard, quick, snap. May take several tries. There is a tool that is designed to go up, and behind, the hub that you can attach a slide hammer to, but a bit expensive for the DIYer. Might be cheaper in the long run to pay someone to do it.

Response From Guest

tHANKS I'LL TRY THAT

2000 kia sephia repair Q

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Question From sprmom3 on 2000 kia sephia repair Q

I have a 2000 Kia Sephia and I had the car inspected and was told I needed a new front-right half shaft and bearing & seals for both front. I would like to know in plain English what they are specifically. I am not the woman who brings my car to a mechanic to fix things, I do it myself. (Places like Firestone think Im stupid and like to try to rip me off). I looked up online how to replace them, but I cant seem to find anything. Can anyone give me a run down of what they are and how to replace them please? Thanks so much.-Donna

p.s. If there are any Mechanics in Orlando, Fl that would be willing to assist us for cheaper than an actual mechanic shop, I would be willing to pay for parts and labor. They want almost $1000 for just those (parts and labor for the half shaft and the Bearings & Seals), and I was told I could cut that cost significantly if I did it myself. Something like up to but no more than $200 for parts. Please let me know. Thanks so much :)

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

a 1/2 shaft is just another term for an axle. Your car has 2, a left & right. It goes from the transmission to the wheels. The bearing are in the "hub" or "knuckle" of the front wheels. The axle goes thru the bearing that's in the hub and is secured with an axle nut, torqued to around 150 lbs (you need to look up the exact spec if you do this yourself).

The bearing is pressed into the hub so to do the bearings, you would remove the hub and have a shop press the old ones out & new ones in.


I volunteer Desi or Tom for the job.....

Response From sprmom3

a 1/2 shaft is just another term for an axle. Your car has 2, a left & right.

So I'm assuming I either read it wrong in the manual or I need to brush up on the terms better? It said it was the cv joints. I don't know what exactly they're called on this car if anything else (my Buick had them). This is a new car for me, I'm used to having cars older than 1990, lol.


I volunteer Desi or Tom for the job.....

I won't have the money til the 26th, so we have a couple weeks to fight over who gets to do it.

Response From Hammer Time


I won't have the money til the 26th, so we have a couple weeks to fight over who gets to do it

Don't worry, that isn't going to happen


A halfshaft or axle is just 2 C/V joints joined by a bar. The total assembly is called a halfshaft and they are changed as a complete unit..

Response From sprmom3


I won't have the money til the 26th, so we have a couple weeks to fight over who gets to do it

Don't worry, that isn't going to happen


A halfshaft or axle is just 2 C/V joints joined by a bar. The total assembly is called a halfshaft and they are changed as a complete unit..


Just a haha. Ok gotcha thank you.

humming noise while driving

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Question From JRobert on humming noise while driving

2000 Kia sephia
over 100k miles

hello, i have a 2000 kia and recently about 4-5 months ago is had a soft humming noise while driving at highway speeds, it has gotten louder resently as i have been putting more miles on it than normal. normal being less than 20 miles a day, and now it is going over 200 miles a weekso the humming noise has gotten noticable now, i got a kia book and it says it could be the drive axels or the wheel bearings but i want to be sure before i tear it apart because it is my only car and i live way to far from any bus routes. the noise is like a slight humming or rubbing and it gets louder at slower speeds any info or ideas would be welcome or if you need any more info. i should add that it doesnt pull to any side or vibrate it just hums, if i had a working car radio i could fix it by turning it up it isnt that loud yet but needs to be fixed

Response From poonamt93

It's probably the wheel bearing.


(pls remove link from signatures - not allowed)

Response From Sidom

It's really tough without being there but what you are describing does sound like a bearing..

Just make sure to check you tires. The tires can develope a "cupping" or irregulare thread pattern that will sound exactly like a failing bearing on a test drive..........

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

Hi JRobert. Often times an axle bearing will hum in the steer ahead position and turning on one side. If you are driving forward, if you turn the steering wheel to one side and still hear the noise, turn the steering wheel to the other side. If the humming noise stops, it is an axle bearing.

Steve

Response From Hammer Time

Yep, what he said..........