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Answers to common Kia K5 questions

Ceramic brake pads squeaking
Answered by Mia
Many brake pads (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/how-to-break-in-brake-pads) will make noise when installed. This is usually material noise that may or may not go away. One thing you could do that may help, is to lubricate the contact points on the brake pads. You'll...
The power steering pump seal keeps breaking when pump is replaced.
Answered by Jerel
There may be a restriction in the power steering high pressure line causing an excessively high amount of pressure in the line and the pump. If the belt tensioner for the power steering belt is a manual tensioner that can...
My dad added a quart of regular oil to my car which uses synthetic. He drove it 800 miles before I knew. It hasn't had any probl
Answered by Jay
You should not worry about the addition of normal oil instead of synthetic oil. The oil should be changed at the normal time. The oil system does not need to be flushed. Any time the oil is low you should...
Can the idle air control cause my engine to idle roughly?
Answered by Tim
Hi, thanks for writing in. Sure, the idle control valve (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/symptoms-of-a-bad-or-failing-idle-control-valve) can definitely cause the rough idle. Typically this will be caused by excess carbon buildup inside the throttle body or fuel injector nozzles themselves. Your 2006 Kia has multiple...

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