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KIA PREGIO; The Facts

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Question From ThePrimeShot on KIA PREGIO; The Facts

Hello to all;

I have been driving a KIA Pregio 2005 for work, the last 2 years.

Here is what I have gathered about this vehicle:


1. The panels are weak, but its a light commercial so who is out to impress. Just meant for work really.

2. The electrics are not so good. In fact sometimes they are poor quality. Although I have only ever experienced problems with the globes (loose) and
the wires under the steering wheel, these can spark unnecessarily, be careful with your knees.

3. Driving whilst at a max speed is high to fuel Diesal consumption. ie. over 80 KMS
One would expect diesel to be more efficient.


4. MAKE SURE that you change oil every 7000 - 9000 KMS or the engine will blow. Some people out there say the KIAs are shit and the engines blow.
Thats because they do not maintain oil flow correctly. ALWAYS make sure that water and oil, or water and fuel DO NOT MIX, it will blow the engine,
THIS INCLUDES the air filter. DO NOT EVEN spray air cleaner into it, it CAN cause difficulties.

It needs nothing but good oil; CASTROL or MOBILE and oil filter; RYCO filters are best.

Once I did not change oil until 8500 KMS and noticeable difference was made to amount of smoke from exhaust and water leak into air intake. BADDNESS

Change the air filter at least every 10000 - 12000 KMS. You could skip changing an oil filter and run a good spray of degreaser through it and
screw it back in but wouldn't make a habit of it.

ALSO with the motor oil, when pouring into the engine, at all times make sure that you pour it VERY SLOWELY. WHY? because you could form
a glut pouring it into the engine quickly and this could bend a rod. Use only a regular funnel

KIA did not spend a great amount on this vehicle.

- The engine is loud

- It needs to be treated REAL nice.

- Towing with it can do a lot of strain to the engine.

- The fuel pump may need to be primed more often ( see KIA pregio instruction manual) it takes about 2 minutes to prime.
Underneath is the fuel filter and needs changing at least every 45,000 KMS but thats with running FUEL INJECTOR CLEANER through it.

For best results drain oil using ENGINE OIL FLUSH every second service.

Best oil to use is top shelf, any oil at $40 - $60 but with good maintenance any oil will do, $30. VALVOLIN would do.

THE KIA IS A MORE COMFORTABLE VAN AT FRONT AND GREAT FOR
CAMPING, ITS A LITTLE BIT WIDER. ITS A GOOD VEHICLE BECAUSE THE PRICE IS NOT SO BAD AND THAT WITH ROOF RAX AND OTHER FEATURES
IS A RELIABLE WORK HORSE VEHICLE. THE CRITICS ARE FULL OF SHIT, THESE VANS CAN DO THE JOB SHIT HOT.

JUST TAKE CARE OF IT.

Response From Hammer Time

I couldn't leave this crap in the open forum but I left it for everyone to get a laugh.

Response From nickwarner

Kia's power to surprise. Surprise, its a korean shitbox. Maybe the MSRP should've pointed to that.

Response From Hammer Time

His advice is really out there.

Response From nickwarner

He should be friends with Scotty Kilmer. They'd be two peas in a pod. Seems to need to justify that despite being a cheaply made underpowered pile of crap that its a great van. Isn't that an oxymoron? Whats he really getting at here?

"Change your oil or the motor blows up." and the Grammy goes to.....Captain Obvious!

If this guy turns out to be Scotty's brother I will die of laughter.

Response From Discretesignals


2. The electrics are not so good. In fact sometimes they are poor quality. Although I have only ever experienced problems with the globes (loose) and
the wires under the steering wheel, these can spark unnecessarily, be careful with your knees.



Do you have to wear an arc welder's helmet and leather pants when you drive this thing?

Response From Hammer Time

What the hell does this mean?



The fuel pump may need to be primed more often ( see KIA pregio instruction manual) it takes about 2 minutes to prime.

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

He's driving a diesel. Most of them have a hand primer to purge air when you change the fuel filters. Its usually on an injection pump of a mechanical or the lift pump on an electronic diesel. But unless the system gets opened there is no reason it should need priming. He might have a loose fitting between the lift pump and tank which is drawing air into his lines or a bad check valve on the inlet line that allows fuel to drain back when its shut off. Just one more reason he drives a piece of crap. But its not all bad, just the occasional electrical fire, bad ride, lousy interior, crap gas mileage and not enough power to tow a feather pillow.

But its a pretty good high quality van. He's the expert after all.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ah Jeez. I was googling out spaghetti sauce for Prego and came up with this thread.
LMAO,

Tom

Hurricane Sandy Flooded Mom's 04 Kia Optima. Please help

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Question From 2pac on Hurricane Sandy Flooded Mom's 04 Kia Optima. Please help

Hey,
my family "lost" 2 cars due to hurricane Sandy. Both were parked in our driveway and had about 2-3 feet of water. From what i saw it reached the seats but not glovebox as everything inside was dry. I evacuated so I didn't see where exactly the water hit but I've been working on 1 of the cars which is my moms 2004 Kia Optima LX 6cylinder. My dad tried to start it up right away but thank g-d it didn't as I have read time and time again don't start a flooded car until you inspect critical parts first.
(I should preface by saying i'm a novice with fixing cars just trying to help my folks) There appeared to be no water in the engine or transmission as I checked the dipsticks and no signs of water. the air filter had a little bit of fuel in the tray, so I flushed the engine oil and replaced with 5 quarts. I checked 3 spark plugs (i can't get to other 3, seems difficult) which are a bit old but there was no signs of water in there but there was a smell of gasoline coming from the engine. I'm not sure what caused this as the car was never started after the flood came in . I also jacked the car up to drain water from the muffler. After this and replacing oil and oil filter I tried starting the car. It cranks and feels like it's about to start but doesn't. After I attempt to start, water still drips slightly from muffler and the oil filter would leak oil (I did some reading and o-ring is in place). I feel like I'm really close to getting it to work but now after leaving the car overnight I took out the new oil filter and it has a smell of gasoline and the dipstick does too. Can anyone recommend what I could potentially do? Detailed instructions or links to a diagram would be of more help as I am a novice. We are on a tight budget as is after losing our whole basement due to the storm and I'm aware the car may have long term problems, I just want to get it up and running now to give my mom a few months to get back up on her feet. Surprisingly most of the eletrical components still work, power windows, odometer, it tells me when my door is open, fuel level, all lights and blinkers work, and lock/unlock doors work.

any help would be appreciated!
Thanks

Response From Discretesignals

You stated the water got up to the seats in the KIA? Flood cars can have numerous electrical problems since connectors, wiring, and modules can have water intrusion. More than likely the PCM got water intrusion since it sits behind the center console. The problem is the salt water will corrode all the electrical connections causing all sorts of weird problems.

Have you contacted you insurance company? More than likely they will total the vehicle.

Response From 2pac

I appreciate the responses guys. unfortunately, we don't have full coverage otherwise i wouldn't have attempted to fix. I understand that the car will be a headache and most likely die quickly but quite frankly we've got so many things we're dealing including a basement that got 5 feet of water in it that we don't have the time or resources right now to buy a used car which i hear are selling for inflated prices due to the new demand. Ideally, i'm looking to spend $100 or so and get a month or two out of the car if i can just to get though these rough times, which is why i'm turning to you guys for advice. my neighbor was able to get his car workin minus a few shorts, but that would be fine by me.

My main problems are this:
1) why would gasoline fuel get in to the air filter and engine if the car was fine before the storm and was never started since? no water got in to either engine or air filter. i changed oil and it seems to have gone in again(please refer to my first post for details)

2) would water in muffler cause the car to not start? if so how do i drain it completely? i tried jacking up the car and only got some out.

3) can the main computer be bad if all electrical components of car seem to work? odometer shows digital miles, fuel level, door open when its open and power windows and locks work.

Response From Sidom

Thats a bad deal, I feel for you. It's a tough spot....

This is a tough one to do online because we really don't know what the deal is with the car and going off previous history with "flood" cars, this really doesn't look good..

I know you're gonna keep trying so what you need to do is get your hands on a cheap code reader and see if you have any kind of communication with the PCM. No communication and you are pretty much done.

Go ask the neighbor to give you a hand and take a quick look at it....

Response From re-tired

First let me say thank you for evacuatng. I spent about a decade in US Coast Guard aviation. Retrieving the remains of those who rode it out or were just at the wrong place at wrong time was not a pleasent memory. NOW about your car. In the height of the storm and sometime after, a lot of stuff became submerged. underground storage tanks and gas and oil from lawnmowers ,construction equip and such. Grease and battery acid. And sadly remains of desceased humans and animals.I saw it all while hovering over the mess . Imagine taking a swimming pool .Put everything from under your sinks and garage , some rotten food ,couple gallons of gas and oil and lastly a bucket of septic waste. NOW add car ,just up to seats, mix well . Everything rubbber is going to rot in months.l Your brakes have soaked up this mess and are useless.THe smell seems to be everywhere because it IS everywhere. You may get it to run.But in a few months who will want to ride with you? JUST ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW

Response From 2pac

I really appreciate all your input. Like I said, I'm not trying to fool you guys in to thinking I'm going to get the car started and it will live it's normal life. We're just so busy cleaning up from this mess and my mom is depressed she can't leave at her own will because she has no car. I just want to get it going for a month or two tops just so we can get the more important things sorted out first and then search for a car.


I'm still confused as to what can cause some gasoline to get in to the air filter and engine and again after i changed oil. I've read about this happening with people driving through floods and pistons getting bent etc, but i never started my car during and since the flood.

Sidom, I do happen to have one of those bluetooth OBDII scanners that i can use with my phone with an app but this is my first time using but when i tried pairing it and connecting it wouldn't connect. the program gave me an error saying make sure engine is on, maybe the ignition. not quite sure. hard for me to work on the car with a dead battery and keep swapping out my battery, but i'm stubborn and for only personal gratification, i'd to like to get it started at the very least.

I do know there are used computers for under $100 on ebay. I happened to run across this link deleted ................. please read rules
which sounds similar to my problem. anyone know if a bad computer can cause the gas to get in to the engine and air filter?

Response From re-tired




I'm still confused as to what can cause some gasoline to get in to the air filter and engine and again after i changed oil. I've read about this happening with people driving through floods and pistons getting bent etc, but i never started my car during and since the flood.


As I stated before . The storm surge has gas and other products mixed in it. This storm water did not gently rise up in your car.It was driven by 75+ mph winds . It was blown thru your grille. Into ducts and the intake system , down open valves . It has soaked into any foam seals, and is in every nook ands cranny. You will never get rid of the gas smell.

Response From Sidom

Yea it really doesn't look good......It sounds like you have no communication, this is why you are getting errors......You should pull codes on a known good car with your app to make sure you know how to use it & then try again, but it sounds like the PCM is gone...

Do what DS suggested & open it up......The problem here is,,,, with it being shorted out due to being wet, when the car was cranked over would be enough to fry the PCM. Go grab a couple cans of electrical cleaner......clean it out & dry in real good, go thru the engine compartment, open up all the electrical connecters you can find & clean those out as well.....

You do realize this is an exercise in futility but I get it......I'd do the same thing but just don't let this take up your time for other important stuff.....

I've seen people have success in stuff before when they didn't realize it was an impossible chore.....Once you know it's impossible.....you're done....

Good luck

Response From Hammer Time

You can't simply buy a used computer and plug it in. They are personally programmed including the VIN # of the car. Apparently you just aren't listening or don't believe what you are being told. The car is toast. Just burn your money. You will accomplish just as much.

Response From 2pac

I understand very well what's been told to me and i know full well the car won't give me any usable life. I tend to be stubborn and was hoping i could get mine started like my neighbor did to his. I was not aware that the computer is personally programmed for that unique vehicle with VIN # . Unfortunately i can't post links, apparently, but i was just passing information that i found doing a google search on someone who had similar problems as mine and bought a used computer and it solved his problem .You're the expert, so then if it can't be done...

Response From Hammer Time

The life expectancy of your starter is probably down to days now.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

I would pull the PCM out and open it up. Check for water intrusion. Also inspect the PCM connectors. See how bad it is. Remove the carpet in the vehicle and check all the electrical connectors. Disconnect the battery while you doing that. See how well a KIA computer is sealed.

Response From Discretesignals

If the powertrain controller had been submerged in salt water there is no telling what kind of problems it will cause. It could be running the pump and holding an injector(s) open causing a flooding condition. The water could have gotten into a connector and is shorting out circuits. The salinity of salt water makes it a very good conductor.

Water in the muffler probably wouldn't cause a no start because water will get pushed out of the exhaust system when the engine is running.

The powertrain controller normally doesn't have anything to do with the functions of the electrical system such as lighting and other interior accessories. The powertrain controller's main function is to control the operation of the engine and transmission electrical components.

Another thing you have to be aware of is the SIR system. If the SIR controller or other components have been submerged in salty water, there is a chance the system could inadvertently deploy the air bags.

Response From Hammer Time

Water in the muffler isn't preventing the car from starting and $100 is not going to get this car running. You could spend more like $1,000 to even get it to fire and that may be only temporary before it eats another $1,000 and then another $1,000.

Computers don't work after being submerged in water and all the wiring fails shortly after.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sorry that happened. Even if you got this going it will be a never ending problem. Dirty salt water isn't done wrecking things even if dry now,

T

Response From Hammer Time

Even if you could get it running, you really don't want that car any more. The electronic are just going to disintegrate and the problems will never stop. That's why insurance companies always total them. I doubt it will ever run again anyway. Computers don't survive being submerged in any water, especially salt water.