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2005 Kia Sportage Spark Plug Wire Set Genuine

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1998 Kia Sephia Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

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1998 - Kia Sephia
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1999 Kia Sephia Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

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1999 - Kia Sephia
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2002 Kia Sedona Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

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2002 - Kia Sedona
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1999 Kia Sportage Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

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1999 - Kia Sportage
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2000 Kia Sportage Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

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2004 Kia Sorento Spark Plug Wire Set NGK

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2004 - Kia Sorento
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2004 Kia Amanti Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

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2004 - Kia Amanti
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2005 Kia Amanti Spark Plug Wire Set Denso

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2005 - Kia Amanti
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2002 - Kia Magentis V 2700 -
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2006 - Kia Optima V 2656 -
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2001 - Kia Magentis L 2351 -
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2006 - Kia Spectra5 L 1975 -
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1997 - Kia Sportage L 1998 122
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2004 - Kia Sedona V 3497 -
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1999 - Kia Sephia L 1793 -
Standard Wires
2003 Kia Rio Spark Plug Wire Set 4 Cyl 1.6L Standard Wires

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2003 - Kia Rio L 1594 -
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Latest Kia Repair and Spark Plug Wires Installation Advice

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2000 Kia Sportage

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Question From Eddie Hobbs on 2000 Kia Sportage

I have a 2000 Kia Sportage 4X4 that surges and sometimes dies when stopped. I have replaced the fuel pump, throttle position sensor, spark plug wires and spark plugs, any suggestions? The transmission does not seem to shift into overdrive, could this have something to do with the surging?

Response From kaurich80

when you changed the pump did you replace the fuel filter if not you can try that

Response From Eddie Hobbs Top Rated Answer

Yes the fuel filter and sck on the pump were replaced.
Thanks, Eddie

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Many idle quality problems can be cured by regular injector cleaning. Most shops have a Motor Vac which does an excellent (state of the art) job. The throttle body and IAC are cleaned at the same time. Generally, you'll notice an increase in performance and fuel economy once done. Of course, there are other causes, but you can 'look' at it as maintenance, which should be done at 30-40K miles.

2000 Kia Sephia hesitates and misses

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Question From galpinart on 2000 Kia Sephia hesitates and misses

Car has just over 54,000 miles, suddenly strated missing and hesitating when the engine is under load. Changed plugs, air and gas filters with no change. Diagnostic states #1 cylinder is missing, changed coil pack connected to #1 cylinder with no change.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

A bad plug wire could do that too. If you know it's #1 cyl, try with helper, disconnect the wire from the plug - engine off - then (best when dark) start the engine and look for arcing. Should be none. Don't let it run that way too long. Good luck- T

Response From galpinart

I checked the plug wire last night, checked good. I also pulled the plug and connected it to the wire and ensured good spark. Checked resistance in the wire and it was zero.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Perhaps the next move is to check fuel pressure at the engine. - T

Response From galpinart Top Rated Answer

Tom,

I thought about the spark plug wire test and realized I didn't pull the whole stem out of the spark plug well and that did the trick. Nice spark jumping from stem, none from the wire. Replaced the set of spark plug wires (all two of them) and runs like a champ.

Thanks,
Art

Response From carjunky

Did you let the cars gas go really low? Some times this gets dirt from the gas tank into the line and might clug the gas filter... Have you changed the gas filter yet? may be worth a shot since i think 50k miles is about right actually may be 30k or 60k.

Just thinking that when you press the gas in that the extra gas needed doesn't come in fast enough, and gas filter is the cheapest check.


May also be water in the tank... but i'd check with the gas filter first

Response From galpinart

I thought the same thing, changing the fuel filter was among my first steps.

Changing Kia sparkplugs - Need Advice

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Question From craftee on Changing Kia sparkplugs - Need Advice

The "Check Engine" light in our 2005 Kia Rio Cinco came on. There were four codes. Two of the codes were related to an evaporative leak. The code P0302 was listed twice. The printout of this code says that cylinder 2 is misfiring. This printout says that the problem may be that we need to change the spark plugs and/or wires. We need advice on how to change the plugs. Neither of us are mechanics. I do not want to make matters worse by making some sort of mistake. We bought platinum plugs - the counter person said that these do not have to be gapped. We also bought a small packet of "anti-seize".

1. Are platinum plugs recommended for a kia?

2. Is that accurate that we do not have to gap them?

3. Do we need to disconnect the negative battery cable before we begin?

4. Over the engine there is a large plastic-looking "lid". There seem to be four bolts holding this down. Is it ok for us to unbolt this plastic "lid" and lift it up to expose the top of the engine?

5. Other than making sure NOT to mis-thread the spark plugs as we are screwing in the new ones, is there any other precautions, concerns, tips, tricks that we need to know in order to do this properly?

6. Is it simply a matter of, a. lifting off the spark plug wires, b. unscrewing the old plugs, and c. installing the new plugs, d. replacing the spark plug wires and e. replacing that large, plastic "lid"?

7. To apply the "anti-seize", so we simply just coat the threads of the new plugs using a finger and a small amount of the product?

Thank you for your time. It is appreciated. We don't want to make any mistakes. Thanks again!

Response From way2old Top Rated Answer

Hello and welcome to our forum. I will try to answer your questions by number. OK???

1. Platinum plugs are not recommended unless they came from the factory with platinum installed. Platinum is probably fine to use.

2.IMO--all spark plugs need to be gapped.

3. Removal of negative cable is up to you. If you are unsure of problems, go ahead and remove.

4. Yes. Just remove the cover.

5. Make sure the spark plug socket is placed squarely over the spark plug. Go purchase a specific socket for spark plugs unless you already have one. Do not use a plain socket for this. If socket is mis aligned, you can break the porcelain and ruin the new spark plug. Be sure the engine is cool before trying to remove the spark plugs.

6. Your order of repair is correct.

7. You are correct in the application of the anti seize.

Thank you for using our forum and we hope you visit us with any other problems you have. If there are no problems, just stop by to say hi. If I have any thing wrong, someone will jump in and make the corrections.

Response From craftee

Thank you for your time! We changed the plugs successfully thanks to your advice. We changed to NKG plugs and also installed new wires. Thanks again!

2001 Kia Sephia -Cylinder Misfire

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Question From Stdan4321 on 2001 Kia Sephia -Cylinder Misfire

I have had this problem for about a year now. A year ago my check engine light went on. Code P0301 - Cylinder 1 misfire. Car has about 145,000 miles so replaced all spark plugs. Car had sat a while before a changed the spark plugs. Then ran great for about a day. Same code again thought it was spark plug wire - replaced them still having problem. Took it to someone to fix it. Same code he replaced spark plug worked great for a day or two. Same problem P0301. I just swapped cylinder 1 and 2's plug cylinder 2 misfire. About a 1 month ago it came up with knock sensor light saying it was out of range thousght this was due to spark plug mistfire? Recently I changed the spark plug again and for a day it ran fairly well still misfire every once in a while. Now it misfire all the time again. I am also getting a Gera 4 and Gear 3 incorrect ratio message. I have not been able to drive this car for almost a year now due to this problem. Can anyone help? Could it be a bad knock sensor? Bad Fuel pump? The misfire usually happen when I speed up and at idol every once in a while after I take my foot off the gas. Please Help????

Response From steve01832

My question is does this have the coil on plug ignition system? If it does, swap the coils and see if the misfire code follows the swap. If it does, replace the coil. If it stays on that cylinder, you should check the wiring to the coil to see if there is an intermittent open circuit. If it checks ok, disconnect the PCM and check the driver wires for corrosion, loose, or backed out pins.

Steve

Response From Stdan4321 Top Rated Answer

It does have a coil ignition. I have since changed the Coil packs thinking it was them and still have the problem. I had one of those FUEL BOSS things on the gasoline line that leads to the cylinders. Do you thing a strong magnetic force could cause the spark plug to go bad? It still does it after removing it however maybe the plug just need to be replaced to fix the problem now?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

The problem seems to follow that plug - new or not. Use only the plugs origninally recommended for the vehicle. Don't fool with those. If a cylinder is isolated all the time an investigation on that needs to be done.

Plugs can have problems right out of the box. They don't like being dropped either before you got them or when you install them. Any dropped plug should be looked at carefully and take note of where it went if you use it. Don't buy plugs if the box is damaged at the counter and ask for another right then.

Also: Cars don't like sitting around and if outdoors even less. If not for too long they will recover but odd things happen all over a car that hasn't been used in a long while,

T

2000 Kia Sephia wont start

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Question From helper on 2000 Kia Sephia wont start

My friend called me up and said she was driving and next thing you know her car lost all power. When I got out there the first thing I did was try to start it. All it did was turn over not fully starting the car. My next step was to jump start it and that did not work, was still turning over but not fully starting. So after that I cleaned off the battery terminals, still nothing. So my next step was to check the spark plugs but instead of checking them she had me replace them. That still did not work. So I jumped to the fuel pump, i tried spraying with starter fluid to see if the car would start off that telling me that the fuel pump is no good, but it still would not start. so I figure the fuel pump is good. So I had her go off and buy a fuel filter, that we have yet to put on because someone told her they think it could be the timing belt. We went ahead and took a look at the timing belt but its not wore down its just loose, could that be the problem? t he windows, locks, radio, and lights all work. I think it could be a sensor but I do not know which one would keep the car from turning over, i think it is the crank sensor, Could I be right? Please help?



Alicia

Response From Sidom

1st thing you have to do is see what you are missing.....fuel or spark. It sounds like spark due to fact it won't run on starting fluid but guessing can lead to trouble.

Normally you would start off with testing for spark & fuel but if you already have the timing cover off check and make sure the marks line up. I'm not sure what you mean by "loose", but no, the timing belt shouldn't be loose. So since you are already there, check that 1st, if it's jumped time, then thats your problem. If the marks line then check for spark & injector pulse.

Also if it's possible try to get the codes pulled.....

Response From kiaman

i have a 2000 kia sephia smh listen it stoped on me and my father took the timing belt and put it on correctly but it didnt crank i called the bettery is good and i called around and people say its the tensioner but the belt is on tight but it keeps spinning back out of time im lost on what to do any help or ideas?

Response From Hammer Time

This thread is 2 years old. Please check dates before posting and if you have a problem or a question, start a new question of your own.

Response From helper Top Rated Answer

umm my friend said it was loose, I didnt think they could come loose i thought they could break and thats it. but How do you check the fuel and spark? is that when you pull the spark plug out but leave it on the spark plug wire while touching it to any medal?