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2002 Kia Rio Power Steering Hose Assembly Sunsong

P311-3D8254B    3403783  New

0K32A32410F , 3403783

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  • Power Steering Hose Assembly
  • OE Type Pressure and Return Assembly
  • Exact replacement of original equipment pressure hose and return hose assembly. The return and pressure hose are pre-assembled with brackets, providing easy installation and reduced labor time compared to replacement versions sold as individual hoses. Pressure and Return Assemblies are precision engineered to exact fit and includes brackets, grommets, switch ports, heat shields, bushings, and protective sleeves as required for to ensure that all wearable parts are restored to original condition. Pressure Hoses exceed original equipment performance standards with a max working pressure of 1,500 psi, a burst pressure rating of 8,700 psi, and a tensile strength of 1,600 lb. which provides exceptional durability and long life. Every pressure hose is subjected to a high pressure quality assurance test before leaving the factory, ensuring trouble free installation and operation of your new hose.
Brand: Sunsong
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2002 - Kia Rio
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2005 Kia Rio Power Steering Hose Assembly Sunsong

P311-5DB25DA    3403785  New

3403785 , 57510FD500

Qty:
$64.86
Sunsong Power Steering Hose Assembly
  • Power Steering Hose Assembly
  • OE Type Pressure and Return Assembly
  • Exact replacement of original equipment pressure hose and return hose assembly. The return and pressure hose are pre-assembled with brackets, providing easy installation and reduced labor time compared to replacement versions sold as individual hoses. Pressure and Return Assemblies are precision engineered to exact fit and includes brackets, grommets, switch ports, heat shields, bushings, and protective sleeves as required for to ensure that all wearable parts are restored to original condition. Pressure Hoses exceed original equipment performance standards with a max working pressure of 1,500 psi, a burst pressure rating of 8,700 psi, and a tensile strength of 1,600 lb. which provides exceptional durability and long life. Every pressure hose is subjected to a high pressure quality assurance test before leaving the factory, ensuring trouble free installation and operation of your new hose.
Brand: Sunsong
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2005 - Kia Rio

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2000 Kia Sephia won't accelerate and Rpms are skyrocketing.

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Question From Guest on 2000 Kia Sephia won't accelerate and Rpms are skyrocketing.

(Can someone delete my last post, I accidentally didn't put my email address in.)

I have a 2000 Kia Sephia with a 4 cylinder engine and 80,000 miles.

My Kia sephia is having a lot of trouble accelerating and shifting up. My belts broke two weeks ago and I had a lI have a 2000 Kia Sephia with a 4 cylinder engine and 80,000 miles.

My Kia sephia is having a lot of trouble accelerating and shifting up. My belts broke two weeks ago and I had a leak in my power steering hose. I got all of that replaced and the air filter changed. Now whenever I try to accelerate it doesn't have anywhere near the power it should and it feels like it takes way too long to shift up, you can hear the rpm's roaring. I got my transmission fluid flushed, thinking it would help, but that didn't work. Any ideas what it could be? eak in my power steering hose. I got all of that replaced and the air filter changed. Now whenever I try to accelerate it doesn't have anywhere near the power it should and it feels like it takes way too long to shift up, you can hear the rpm's roaring. I got my transmission fluid flushed, thinking it would help, but that didn't work. Any ideas what it could be?

Response From Hammer Time

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What belt did you have a problem with? Was it the timing belt?

Response From Guest

It wasn't the timing belt. It was the two S belts that connect the engine, battery, water pump, etc.

Response From Hammer Time

Then you probably need to check your timing belt. It sounds like it may have jumped a tooth. The other belts could have contributed to that.

Response From Guest

I'm worried that it might be my transmission. Is it more likely that it's my timing belt or my transmission going out?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

After rereading your symptoms, you could be right. I was concentrating on the loss of power but if the RPMs are running away without any response, that could be a transmission issue. First thing to do is check the fluid level for the trans. The belts could have damaged a cooler line or something and triggered a leak.

abnormal sounds from car

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Question From member101 on abnormal sounds from car

The car : Kia rio 2003 model, 4 cyclinder, manual, 1.5, 118000km
The problem: Front suspension noises: noises on wheel rotation ( grinding)
Completed repairs todate: Changed rie rod ends, stabilizer bar links, torsion bar bushings, changed the left side CV joint ( complete piece), changed the power steering hose and fluid, changed both front side wheel bearings ( left and right)

Current Problem: Abnormal sound coming from steering and/or under hood close to steering, noticeable when driving less than 40km/hour and more pronounced below 20km/hr and when rotating the wheel coming to park or slowing to junction, also note this "clicking' humming" "irritating sound" comes and goes after every 5-6 seconds at speeds 10km/hr to 20km / hr BUT sound completly dies off when accelerate past 30k upwards..but returns when slow down to gear 2, gear 1 and similar change in speed below 30km/hour.

My own thoughts- wheel alignment/ power steering fluid/ some other steering component - maybe due to poor workmanship by mechanic on power steering job.

Would appreciate your thoughts on this problem. Thanks!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Clicking, humming, grinding!

Are tires and brakes ok? Are wheel spash shields rubbing? Will the noise move if you rotote tires?

This probably needs to be looked at by another shop and an alignment is called for with all that work done,

T

Response From member101 Top Rated Answer

..

Had my car checked Tom.

Ruled out the splash shields as car dont have any.

Alignment - Yes!. Will be the next thing that i do.

Tires are old- Dont know how long the front tires are as I bought her second. But they look okay. a bit worn though.

Brakes had em checked before. what could be the problem here as last time checked the brake pads were sufficient thickness.

Havent rotated the tires ( when jacked up i assume) yet. will get this done later this week..

best regards

DR