The alternator is located behind the head of the engine on the passenger side of the vehicle. There are 3 bolts that will have to be loosen or removed so the alternator can be removed too. Also the electrical wires will need to be removed. There should be at least 2 of them. One snaps or pulls off and the other can be loosen with a 10 mm wrench of socket. You'll need a 12 mm socket or wrench and a 14 mm wrench or socket to get to the bolts. Once that is acquired, the alternator should come right off. You'll need to go under the vehicle to gain access to the bottom bolt of the alternator. Replace the new one in reverse order.
To change a condenser in a 2001 Kia Sephia you need to disconnect the refrigerant lines and unbolting the condenser. Lift the condensers out and replace with the new one.
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Loosen the tensioner bolt on your 1997 Kia alternator. Move the alternator to the left. The alternator belt will become loose and can be replaced.
The first step in changing a condenser in a 2001 Kia Sephia is to disconnect the refrigerant lines and unbolting the condenser. Lift the condensers out, replace with the new one, and reconnect the refrigerant lines and bolts.
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2001 Kia Sephia 1.8L MFI DOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.044 (In thousandths of an inch)
There are a few issues that can cause starting problems in the Kia Sephia. Some include a bad or drained battery, faulty starter, or a bad alternator.
Yes. I just installed an '02 Spectra motor in my '00 Sephia.
The alternator is located behind the engine and almost directly below the intake manifold.
The location of cylinder 2 on a 2001 Kia Sephia is the first plug wire of on the left side of the engine. The firing order is 1,3,2,4.