What size is the tool to take the brakes off of a 99 kia sephia
on top of the transmission
right in front of the driver
In the fuel tank
it is 12.1 gals
on my 99 Sephia the Blower is located under the dash on the passenger side.
how do i change the front wheel studs
MY WIFE HAS A 99 KIA SEPHIA. SHE HAS HAD NOTHING BUT BAD LUCK OUT OF IT. ANYWAY THE HEATER MOTOR IS LOCATED UNDER THE DASH,RIGHT BELOW THE GLOVE BOX. I HAVE TO BEAT ON HERS WITH A RUBBER MALLET TO GET IT TO WORK.
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4, but you have to remove the ignitors first on top, i recomend you buy a Hanes repair manual for our car.
No, because every year of Kia has an entirely different engines and transmissions. A 99 Sephia, 01 Spectra, or 05 Spectra engine or transmission will work fine.
The 1999 Kia starter looks like a round barrel. The starter is approximately 6.5 inches long. The starter will have two battery cable hose on the front of it.
Air ConditioningAround $1,200.00 @ the dealership. That's how much i paid when i bought the peice of S#!*
Getting a new half axle might be the way to go on this one. It will probably be the next thing to go anyways
You should leave the car in overdrive at all times, unless driving conditions dictate otherwise. The overdrive is intended to optimize fuel consumption.
You can replace these rotors rather easily.I have a 99 Sephia and I also replaced the rotors,Purchase a 7 PC screwdriver bit socket set from sears to remove the set screws and that's it.Remove caliper bracket, set screws on rotor and rotor.
I've encountered this several times on kia products, The soultion is the headlight relay--not the control relays on the left of the steering column under the dash but the hihg voltage relay which ic only available from the kia dealer---yea , abummer but it's true ...
open the hood left facing side has black cover remove upper and lower covers remove timing belt put back in time start car
The brake fluid is contained in a translucent reservoir with a black cap on the driver's side firewall. To add brake fluid, remove the cap and fill to the appropriate level on the dipstick indicator.
I can't really say for sure about a '98, but I have a 99, and you just loosen the bolts on the alternator, move it forward, and switch old and new belts. Push the alternator back (with a rod) and retighten the bolts.
They are usually located either behind the dash on the passenger side or under the passenger seat. Best bet is just call a dealership and ask someone in the service dept before you go pulling the car apart
easy, read up on it everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional manual available...in the reference section, you'll have to make copies of the important sections...good luck :)
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Its probably the actual transmission itself. It happened to my moms 99 Kia sephia and then it just started working for a few months than the tranny just stopped working all together so I would suggest getting it checked out