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Battery jump reverse connectors
Hey there, thanks for writing in about your 2013 Kia Fote Koup. Fuses are in place to protect wiring and components from failure. By connecting the cables in reverse direction you created a surge in amperage, and the flow of...
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2015 Kia Forte Koup - Digital speedometer readout and voice recognition problems
Hello there, the 2015 Kia Forte is only equipped with the analog style speedometer and it is not possible to get both the analog signal and a digital readout. As for the voice recognition software, the inability for the system...
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I bought an HID headlight kit and is supposed to be universal but I can't find the connection
Usually when you install an aftermarket HID headlight kit, the headlights have to be hardwired in with the original headlight wiring. There is not usually a quick connector on the aftermarket accessories. You will most likely have to cut off...
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Performance exhaust
Your best option would be to install a aftermarket cat-back exhaust system. These systems usually replace the resonator and rear mufflers on the vehicle for a more aggressive appeal. You will have to do a little research on the different...
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Check Engine Light is on - codes P0016 and P0017
Hi there. These codes lead me to believe that the cam/crank timing is out. However, there are possible underlying problems that can set the same codes and give you the symptoms you're describing. You could have a wiring/connector issue...
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Hi, why is it heavy to steer my wheel? But before that I am having problem with my front left tire, its always low on pressure.
When either of your two front tires are low on air pressure, this will cause the steering to be tough to steer depending on how low the air pressure is. Less air in the tire creates more drag on the...
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Car ignition won't turn over and is making a clicking sound.
This sounds like you may have a faulty starter solenoid. The starter solenoid is located on the starter and has internal electrical contacts that transmit electricity to the starter. When this fails, it may cause a clicking sound and will...

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