My 2006 Kia optima lx has a new battery, 7 month altonator, 7 month fuel pump. It cuts on and after a few minutes the RPMs go up and then down then off then a hour later it will cut back on and do the

Asked by Jul 13, 2015 at 01:51 PM about the Kia Optima

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Igintion failure sensor,is bad.

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