it means that the mail/package is cleared from Customs and you should be receiving it soon.
If you look under the car, passenger's side, it should be right there up under the engine, or at least that is where it is on a 1998 KIA sephia.
Bstuff.com should have the info you are looking for.
Yes, a 1995 Kia Sephia does have a TCM (trans control module) it's mounted behind the dash between the drivers and passengers leg area. Where the ashtray should be.... Also there is T.S.B.'s on certain modules if you replace the transmission make sure you have the updated TCM installed. If not your transmission will fail.
Currently it seems like you have no choice but to replace the complete arm, that is all I can find available.
The most important factor in tourism is a complete tourism package. Tourists look for this type of deal when deciding on where they should go.
The most important one is will is meet all the requirements for the task it is intended to perform. If it doesn't then it will probably be a complete waste of the money spent and a different software package should be considered instead.
If a person owns or drives a car they should know the fuel tank capacity of the car. The 1997 Kia Sephia fuel tank capacity is 12.7 gallons.
I'm replacing the brake booster on a 2000 kia sephia and how do you ajust both rods on the brake booster?
the package of crab should be around $2.35
nsn, contract number, garment size, manufacture date
30+ miles per gallon