I had a similar problem with my 95 sportage. Turned out that the plug cover on the wire had a small tear and the spark was jumping out the hole to the head. Since its almost impossible to get replacement wire sets localy, I had to buy a do it your self racing wirekit... had no problems since.
Was upset I spent so much on coil and plugs to find that dang tear...
I'm replacing the brake booster on a 2000 kia sephia and how do you ajust both rods on the brake booster?
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.
I would start with the basics. 1) Run a compression test to rule out mechanical issues. 2) On many engines you can listen to each fuel injector with a stethescope....may be a faulty or clogged injector. 3) Verify spark on each cylinder with timing light or spark tester. Inpspect condition of spark plugs. Misfiring cylinder would have more/less oil/soot on that plug. 4) Test for vacuum to make sure that you have no vacuum leaks. 5) Run a scan for stored computer codes. Many OBD systems will tell you the exact fault and often even which cylinder is misfiring.
IN THE BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER RESERVOIR.
4 one for each cylinder
como encontrar las marcas de un sephia 1999
When replacing the spark plugs it is important to know the size of the gap. The spark plug gaps on a 2000 Kia Sephia is .044 inches.
Begin by removing the retaining ring at the top of your 1999 Kia ignition switch. Slide the ignition switch out and remove the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new ignition switch.
Take it to the dealer or garage as it is hard to get the air out of the line.
To replace a starter on a 98 Kia Sephia, turn off the ignition and disconnect the negative and positive battery cables.ÊDisconnect all the bolts that hold the starter to the block and replace with new.Ê
If it's a newer vehicle within last 10 yrs then most likely DIS system (distributorless ignition system) and there isn't one, only coils. if it does have one it would be on the right side of the cylinder head you cant miss it