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2001 Kia Spectra Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-2F2930A    W0133-1659002  New

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Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 12/16/2000-
Brand: Genuine
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2001 - Kia Spectra
Genuine
2002 Kia Spectra Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-2F2930A    W0133-1659002  New

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Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
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2002 - Kia Spectra
Genuine
2001 Kia Optima Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-05FF496    W0133-1649976  New

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Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Includes Front Crankshaft Seal
Brand: Genuine
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2001 - Kia Optima
Genuine
2006 Kia Optima Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-05FF496    W0133-1649976  New

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$220.46
Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -09/30/2005
  • Includes Front Crankshaft Seal
Brand: Genuine
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2006 - Kia Optima
Genuine
2005 Kia Spectra Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-4006885    W0133-1651053  New

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Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Includes Front Crankshaft Seal
Brand: Genuine
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2005 - Kia Spectra
Genuine
2009 Kia Sportage Engine Oil Pump Genuine

P311-4006885    W0133-1651053  New

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Genuine Engine Oil Pump
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -01/06/2009
  • Includes Front Crankshaft Seal
Brand: Genuine
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2009 - Kia Sportage
Auto 7
2006 Kia Rio5 Engine Oil Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Auto 7

P311-24D01F9    622-0101  New

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Auto 7 Engine Oil Pump
  • Use with Gasket: 307-0095
Brand: Auto 7
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2006 - Kia Rio5 L 1599 -
Auto 7
2007 Kia Amanti Engine Oil Pump 6 Cyl 3.8L Auto 7

P311-4721E28    622-0102  New

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Auto 7 Engine Oil Pump
  • Use with: O-Ring 307-0144
Brand: Auto 7
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2007 - Kia Amanti V 3778 -
Auto 7
2007 Kia Spectra Engine Oil Pump 4 Cyl 2.0L Auto 7

P311-27867C5    622-0107  New

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  • Use with Gasket: 307-0081
Brand: Auto 7
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2007 - Kia Spectra L 1975 -
Auto 7
2001 Kia Optima Engine Oil Pump 6 Cyl 2.5L Auto 7

P311-26FF2AE    622-0042  New

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$128.05
Auto 7 Engine Oil Pump
Brand: Auto 7
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2001 - Kia Optima V 2500 -
Auto 7
2004 Kia Amanti Engine Oil Pump 6 Cyl 3.5L Auto 7

P311-2CB8E85    622-0063  New

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$137.24
Auto 7 Engine Oil Pump
  • Use with Gasket: 307-0087
Brand: Auto 7
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2004 - Kia Amanti V 3497 -
Auto 7
2006 Kia Optima Engine Oil Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L Auto 7

P311-1C82E75    622-0045  New

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$175.68
Auto 7 Engine Oil Pump
  • Thru: 11/05; Use with Gasket: 307-0097
Brand: Auto 7
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2006 - Kia Optima L 2351 -
Auto 7
2001 Kia Optima Engine Oil Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L Auto 7

P311-1C82E75    622-0045  New

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Auto 7 Engine Oil Pump
  • Use with Gasket: 307-0097
Brand: Auto 7
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2001 - Kia Optima L 2351 -
Auto 7
2007 Kia Rio Engine Oil Pump 4 Cyl 1.6L Auto 7

P311-24D01F9    622-0101  New

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Auto 7 Engine Oil Pump
Brand: Auto 7
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2007 - Kia Rio L 1599 -
DJ Rock
2004 Kia Spectra Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.0L DJ Rock

P311-3D9052D    OP124  New

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$113.41
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
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2004 - Kia Spectra L 1975 - DOHC N/A
DJ Rock
2001 Kia Optima Engine Oil Pump - N/A 4 Cyl 2.4L DJ Rock

P311-0729032    OP123  New

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$181.47
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
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2001 - Kia Optima L 2351 - DOHC 6 N/A
DJ Rock
2002 Kia Sedona Engine Oil Pump - N/A 6 Cyl 3.5L DJ Rock

P311-508D2E8    OP139  New

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$122.65
DJ Rock Engine Oil Pump  N/A
Brand: DJ Rock
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2002 - Kia Sedona V 3497 - DOHC N/A
Seal Power
2004 Kia Spectra Engine Oil Pump 4 Cyl 2.0L Seal Power

P311-3E8D676    224-43643  New

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$181.56
Seal Power Engine Oil Pump
  • Oil Pump
  • Product Attributes:
    • Consumer Warranty 1: Sealed Power® Parts Are Warranted To Be Free From Defects In Material And Workmanship Under Normal Use And Service For 12 Months From Date Of Purchase. Remedy For Breach Of Warranty Is Limited To Free Exchange Of Product.
    • Consumer Warranty 2: Liability For Neglect, Misuse, Special, Incidental, Direct, Indirect, And Consequential Damages Is Specifically Disclaimed. No Other Warranty, Either Expressed Or Implied, Including Merchantability Or Fitness For A Particular Purpose, Is Made.
    • Feature 1: Manufactured To Fit A Specific Application
    • Feature 2: Ensures That Oil Is Evenly Distributed In The Engine System
    • Feature 3: Tested For Pressure And Flow Under Conditions That Duplicates Actual Operating Conditions
    • Feature 4: Engineered, Manufactured And Assembled To The Highest Material And Production Standards
    • Feature 5: Utilizes Iso Qs Certified Manufacturing
    • What is in the box: In The Box: Oil Pump
  • Sealed Power® parts provide innovative designs, use leading-edge materials and utilize ISO QS certified manufacturing in order to deliver top quality products that meet the rigorous demands of today's modern engines.
Brand: Seal Power
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2004 - Kia Spectra L 1975 -
Sealed Power
2004 Kia Spectra Engine Oil Pump 4 Cyl 2.0L Sealed Power

P311-4F99E34    224-43643  New

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$181.56
Sealed Power Engine Oil Pump
  • Engine Oil Pump
  • Product Attributes:
    • Consumer Warranty 1: Sealed Power® Parts Are Warranted To Be Free From Defects In Material And Workmanship Under Normal Use And Service For 12 Months From Date Of Purchase. Remedy For Breach Of Warranty Is Limited To Free Exchange Of Product.
    • Consumer Warranty 2: Liability For Neglect, Misuse, Special, Incidental, Direct, Indirect, And Consequential Damages Is Specifically Disclaimed. No Other Warranty, Either Expressed Or Implied, Including Merchantability Or Fitness For A Particular Purpose, Is Made.
    • Feature 1: Manufactured To Fit A Specific Application
    • Feature 2: Ensures That Oil Is Evenly Distributed In The Engine System
    • Feature 3: Tested For Pressure And Flow Under Conditions That Duplicates Actual Operating Conditions
    • Feature 4: Engineered, Manufactured And Assembled To The Highest Material And Production Standards
    • Feature 5: Utilizes Iso & Qs Certified Manufacturing
    • What is in the box: In The Box: Oil Pump
  • Sealed Power® parts provide innovative designs, use leading-edge materials and utilize ISO & QS certified manufacturing in order to deliver top quality products that meet the rigorous demands of today's modern engines.
Brand: Sealed Power
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2004 - Kia Spectra L 1975 -

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Kia Sephia oil pump

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Question From fishinhic on Kia Sephia oil pump

1998 Kia/Sephia sedan 1.8 DOHC 3rd motor
Oil light came on, lifters started knocking, oil level is fine. would it be the oil pump and is the oil pump in the oil pan?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Your description definitely sounds like you lost oil pressure. It could be a plugged oil pick up screen but most likely is a bad pump. The pump is not in the pan. It's behind the crank pulley and driven by the crankshaft.

Here are the instructions to replace it

2001 Kia Magentis - weird electrical issue

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Question From the4a on 2001 Kia Magentis - weird electrical issue

Having some weird electrical issues with my Magentis. It started last weekend when the oil light came on, and then slowly faded away as I was driving (I checked, the oil level was OK). It came on again the next day and then faded away again, but the day after that the battery light came on with it. The stereo started cutting out next, and when we pulled over the car wouldn't start.

Had it towed home and replaced the alternator yesterday, and everything seemed to be OK. Took it for 3 drives and there were no issues. This morning the oil light came on again, though, and once again faded away before I got to work.

Could it be another bad alternator? A bad battery? I'm stumped on this one.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I tend to doubt any connection with a non charging alternator now fixed and the oil light. Which light? Many there are two, one to say check level and one should mean low oil pressure - that one if real is quickly fatal for your engine so need to know the real pressure with a gauge put on the engine to find out for sure. If sender is faulty take it from there. YOU MUST KNOW YOU HAVE PROPER OIL PRESSURE OR WILL LOSE THIS ENGINE!


T

Response From the4a

What makes me suspect electrical is that it's the same alternator symptoms starting again. The oil pressure light isn't going on/off, it's slowly fading away until it's dark again. Could be a coincidence, and I'm going to get the pressure checked, but that's precisely how the issues started last weekend.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Yes - the real oil pressure is a must and I suggest until you know for sure if you hear engine rattle/knocking or the oil light again shut it off at once.


You simply must know mechanically on engine even if that isn't it there's a chance it's real and1-2-3 fatal! No grace on that.


So if alternator and all are repeating original problems you probably do have a wiring issue that could cause both. IDK how close the warning bulbs are but slight chance one makes another close by seem on or dimly on. You can tell your alternator isn't charging as car will lose power slowly, directionals stop blinking, engine loses power, lights ALL are dim and so on then you are stuck when engine quits. The oil is an engine heart attack warning - get the difference?


If this is all caused by lousy wiring and connections you would need to start looking around for corrosion issues and move on to electrical tests when they are know OK if so,


T

Response From the4a

Thanks again. I know the oil level itself is fine, but I'm going to get the pressure checked.

My father-in-law suspects a bad grounding issue, which I'll get checked at the same time. He says that can produce low pressure (which would explain the light), and we have had intermittent noise in the stereo that I assumed was a speaker going bad (my son likes it loud) but, in hindsight, could have been our first warning.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Right about grounds - all must be good from battery on and assorted straps and other to body metal or engine block metal. You can use a jumper clip (good one) to add ground item by item for some testing.


REAL OIL PRESSURE IS NOT ALTERED BY A GROUND, LOUD STEREO AT ALL - a warning with false info can. That's why you take out the oil pressure switch and put a gauge in that hole and watch the oil pressure - nothing electrical except with engine running and assorted temps and RPMs would be nice. Oil pressure is mechanical made in oil pan by the engine turning physically such that even a non starting engine would produce oil pressure if cranking well. Got that? Is this car worth a whole new engine for being wrong? That's what's at stake.


Lights and gauges get their signals electrically to see inside on dash and can be bad gauge, wiring anywhere along right to the gauge which can be bad or perhaps whole instrument cluster isn't getting a good connection at a plug or all wrong - we don't know yet without and worry about real oil pressure first.


Most oil pumps, pump properly if oil level is right. Reasons for low oil pressure warnings can include a problem with the pump itself, the pick up screen may be plugged with debris or sludge (not good at all,) a truly worn engine, or then switch/sender on to gauge anything.


Real low oil pressure or the horrors of NO oil pressure the engine would about always have a knocking sound first and no real telling how long before it would seize up - game over if that happens. Get testing,


T

1999 Eclipse, third gear MIA.

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Question From fobia696 on 1999 Eclipse, third gear MIA.

1999
Mitsubishi
Eclipse
2.0 engine
187,318 miles



not a full year after i recieved the vehicle, in 2008. It started having a issue on the highway in third gear...like push/pull/push/pull as far as power very subtley, it would move you a little while you drove and would go away but happen periodicly after getting into third and sometimes later again. friend said it might be the injector, replaced it, replaced plugs too and fuel line. then 7 months later while i was driving from a gas station it went into third then the car jerked down in speed, RPMs went sky high and third has been gone ever since then...it willl not shift into third. automatic transmission and inorder to even drive it short distances you must manualy use L1 and L2 because it will act god aweful trying to get into third and shake a little if you dont stay slow..around 22mph.

Also...it was my first car but..i found it odd when i baught it used that it only had three gears....i thought autos were atleast 4 or 5. but it would redline before it found a 4th so i figured maybe a 4th wasn't ever on it.


additional info:
lights sometimes dont work on dash at night or a certain speeds, some weird harness was handmade that went to radio, lambo doors needed mew parts because installed wrong the first time, car had been overly modded by previous owner, 3'' off the ground, underglows were wired with radio aswell.

Response From bbazookajoe Top Rated Answer

First, most automatics up through mid 2000 have 4 "gears"; 1,2,3 and overdrive. The shift from 3 to overdrive is often so gentle it is difficult to detect and might not Lets jump to the solution: put some lucas trans additive in and drive it to a trans shop. Time is of the essence. If you want to do the work yourself; read on.
Check the sticker under the hood to verify this: I think you have "40/50 Series A/T" transmission or a variant of it (the number would be f4_5_). I think it's happened in other f4_ _ _ transmissions as well.
I've had recent experience with this trans and the following issue on my Endeavor. The trans and it variants have been put in a number of cars by mitsubishi, chrysler, kia, and I think a couple others. This problem generally shows up around 80,000 miles.

The wave spring and the filter:
The "wave spring" sits next to the "low-reverse brake piston". (google it, you'll find pics and stories). The "wave spring" is 1mm thick and 3mm wide and about 12? inches in length. This spring is FAR to thin so after awhile it starts breaking into pieces. With the discs no longer held tight they start slipping. Worse yet the trans filter is of poor quality. After some time it sucks a chunk of the broken wave spring through the filter and it lodges in the oil pump. Thats' when you start noticing big problems. Finally, the trochoid gear and pump housing are made of aluminum. The wave spring piece breaks the trochoid gear, which runs for a little while longer (with reduced pressure) until it slips away from the input shaft and without fluid pressure, your car refuses to move (for me, while in traffic).
Mitsubishi has never acknowledged this problem openly (not even a TSB), HOWEVER, the replacement wave spring is at least 4 times as thick and 1/4 wider. The oil pump replacement is steel. (do you think they discovered the problem?).

The transmission needs to be rebuilt. If you do it yourself, make sure you use a brand new snap rings on clutch spring components (see "failed trans rebuild" post).