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I was driving and I pressed on the gas hard couple times and all of the sudden the check engine light popped up the car was shaking a little I felt it. Is it okay if I keep driving without fixing it for like a week. And how much would it cost to fix
I have a 2006 Kia Sportage Lx 2.7 V6, and My car is reading the code p0885 after putting it on a computer. I took the code to Oreilly and they put it on the computer and it came out to be a fuse. I bought that part but I cannot seem to locate where the power relay fuse goes. Can anyone help?
Tire blew, wiring harness came off...all warning lights are on. Where does the harness go?
Ive changed the radiator, thermostat, thermostat housing.
It doesn't over heat. Its not on the floor boards. Smell coolant after driving it a bit.
The car died while driving. Its acting like its not getting fuel. The filter is got good flow. What else can i do?
Since one month, every now and then ignition become impossible although all dashboard lights are on. When this happen, I still press on ignition button for one minute, the engine starts
Where is the fuel filter located on a 2005 Kia Sportage
I came home, parked the car, turned off the ignition, then decided to straighten out my placement in the driveway, so put the key back in the ignition and the key wouldn't turn forward to start the car again. A bell rings but no indicators of anything. This is a rental car and has no driver's manual.
along with fixing an oil leak
DRL's will not turn off
Everytime I crank my car it begins to shake and rattle. Then it cuts off.
I am renting the Sportage and there is no manuel in the car. I've looked everywhere and don't see a release for the gas tank.
There's a knock developed suddenly. Researching it sounds like rod knock probable bad bearing. Planning to try and replace in vehicle. Not sure what I'll have to remove to get the oil pan off and access the bearings. Plan to pull spark plugs to isolate which cylinder is the culprit. Hoping it's not too difficult. Would love the specs and any other advice.
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