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Kia Magentis / Optima (2000 release)

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Kia Magentis
Lubrication System
Cooling system
The control and toxicity
Fuel system
Technical data
Multi-point fuel injection (MFI)
Verification system of injection MFI
The control lamp fault (MIL)
Diagnostic trouble codes
The coolant temperature sensor (ECT)
The gauge of absolute pressure in an inlet collector (MAF) with the IAT
Meter of air (MAF)
The temperature sensor of air entering the engine (IAT)
Throttle position (TP)
The modulator control the speed of the crankshaft of the engine idling
The heated oxygen sensor (HO2S)
Camshaft position sensor (CMP)
Sensor crank angle (CKP)
Fuel injectors
The solenoid valve system EVAP
Knock sensor
Potentiometer adjustment WITH idling (only for leaded petrol)
Sensor power steering (PSP) [2,0 liter DOHC]
:20. Throttle position (TP)
Replacing fuel level sensor (2.0 L DOHC)
Checking the fuel pump (2,0 l DOHC)
Checking channel clearing of the canister with the activated coal (2,0 l DOHC)
Check of the pressure created by the pump (2,0 l DOHC)
Replacement of the fuel filter (2,0 l DOHC)
Purification of the throttle device
Checking channel purification with charcoal canister (2.5L V6)
Replacing fuel level sensor (2.5L V6)
Checking fuel pump (2.5L V6)
Check of the pressure created by the pump (2.5L V6)
Replacement of the fuel filter (2.5L V6)
Adjusting the throttle position sensor (TP) (2,5 l V6)
The pedal and the accelerator cable
Fuel line
Fuel tubes and tubes of system EVAP
Fuel tank
Ignition system
Power shafts, axles
The air conditioning system
Electrical equipment
Electrical diagrams

Hit Counter by Digits

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Probable Cause

The crankshaft of the engine does not turn the starter
  1. Discharged battery
  2. Poor connection of wires to the terminals of the battery
  3. Faulty lock switch on cars with automatic transmission
  4. Blown fuse
  5. Faulty starter
  6. Faulty ignition switch
  1. Recharge or replace the battery
  2. Securely attach the wires to the battery terminals
  3. Adjust the position or replace the switch
  4. Replace the fuse link
  5. Repair the starter
  6. Replace the ignition switch
The engine cranks slow starter
  1. Insufficiently charged battery
  2. Poor connection of wires to the terminals of the battery
  3. Faulty starter
  1. Charge the battery
  2. Securely attach the wires to the battery terminals
  3. Repair the starter
The starter continues to run after the engine starts
  1. Faulty starter
  2. Nespraven ignition
  1. Repair the starter
  2. Repair or replace the ignition switch
The starter operates at high speed, but does not turn the engine crankshaft
  1. A short circuit in the circuit
  2. Broken gear teeth or faulty starter
  3. Broken teeth flywheel
  1. Restore the electrical circuit
  2. Repair the starter
  3. Replace the flywheel
Unstable work of the engine due to insufficient fuel supply
  1. Gasoline pipe is bent or fuel hose
  2. Contaminated fuel hose
  3. Clogged fuel filter
  4. The water in the fuel filter
  5. A dirty or rusty inside of the fuel tank
  6. A malfunctioning fuel pump
  1. Replace or repair
  2. Clean or replace
  3. Replace the filter
  4. Replace the fuel filter and clean the fuel tank and fuel lines
  5. Clean or replace
  6. Replace
Faulty fuel vapor recovery system (with the cover toplivonalivnoy cap and remove pressure)
  1. Improper positioning of the tubes for the fuel vapor
  2. Disconnect the pipe to the fuel vapor
  3. Damaged pipe for fuel vapor
  4. Defective lid toplivonalivnoy neck
  5. Faulty two-way valve
  1. Install the tube properly
  2. Connect
  3. Replace
  4. Replace
  5. Replace

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