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    Quote Originally Posted by A348W View Post
    Where did you order the parts from?
    Ebay. Just put the part numbers in and choose your seller. Ive used these guys quite a few times for without issue. Parts for other marques mainly. Happy with the quality of previous items. Ok delivery time..http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Car-Parts-I...p2047675.l2563
    Maybe have a shop around.

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    Thanks. I'll have a rummage about and call the Kia dealer as well for the sensors.

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    Couple of TPS arrived today.. Just the phase to get now then all the engine and ignition sensors/modules have been replaced. The oil pressure, engine temp, temperature gauge and lambda sensors have all been replaced by myself over the last few years too.

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    Replacing the throttle position sensors is easy. Just the two screws hold them on then they can be pulled off. Note the flat on the throttle shaft. This needs to line up with the flat in the sensor itself. Screw back down, plug in and done. A few minutes. I would do an ECU reset and relearn to finish off.

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    Ignition amplifiers are located just behind the coil packs. Mine have the protective covers on so they need to be removed first. Two screws on each. Not all cars will have these.

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    Unplug the amplifier and coil. Two screws to remove.

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    When removed clean old thermal grease off the mounting point.

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    Apply some new thermal grease (heat sink grease) to the back of the new amplifier and refit. Good opportunity to clean the connectors for the coils and amps. Plug in. Fit the protector if you have them. Nice easy DIY if you ever need to do this job. Only replacing mine as they are old.

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    Replaced the crank sensors this week. Nothing to difficult as long as the car is on a ramp. Located around the front engine pulley. Thanks to Patrick off F Chat for the position picture. Not easy to get with the engine in. Note the shims used for adjusting the air gap between the sensor and the pulley. Very easy to miss these as they could be stuck to the sensor or the mounting point so be aware they could be there. On mine there were two on one sensor and one on the other sensor as shown. There should be a gap of between 0.35 to 0.90mm between the sensor head and pulley. Page C7 in the workshop manual shows this. A few pics.

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    Ive had a couple of relay failures in recent times so Ive decided to replace the majority of them. Starting with the step pad box in the passenger footwell.

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    All the brown relays are now the same part number ..... Bosch 0 332 014 113 and 0 332 014 140 (old relay numbers) have now become..... Bosch 0 332 019 151 Inc. fuel pumps, injectors etc.

    The blue relay is the actuation of external lights which is ......Bosch 0 332 015 006

    The black relays are Italamec 0031300 and 0239100 which are wiper interval control and steering wheel lock lighting which I haven't sourced yet. Not so important.

    I will be changing the front compartment board relays next.

    I purchased the relays from here https://www.123spareparts.co.uk/?gcl...180529200852:s

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    Meant to say everything works fine.

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    Cheers Nick. A wealth of information in this thread

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    Nice job,
    I did mind also on the 328 a few years back, don't know if your's were the same (metal outer casing relays) real old and contacts were so so pitted.only a few pounds and worth while job.
    They had to go, good preventative maintenance job done

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