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The Kia Spectra is a compact car produced by Kia Motors between 2000 and 2009. Initially serving as the second generation of the Kia Sephia, it later became classified as the first generation of the Kia Cerato, also known as Forte in some markets. The Spectra was primarily sold in North America, but it also found buyers in Latin America, South Korea, and Australia. In its early years in the North American market, the Spectra stemmed from the liftback variant of the Sephia sedan and was sold alongside the sedan until 2002. After that, both versions were combined under the Spectra name, with three trim levels: the entry-level "S," the slightly upgraded "GS," and the top-of-the-range "GSX." The model earned praise for its low price, responsive steering, and reasonable warranty but was also criticized for poor safety test performance. In 2004, the Spectra was used for the Cerato model in North America, and later in Latin America and Malaysia. Based on the Hyundai-Kia J3 platform, this model was equipped with a range of 1.6L-2.0L gasoline I4 or 1.5L-2.0L diesel I4 engines. Transmission options included a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic. However, despite retaining its competitive price and warranty and adding improved airbags, the Kia Spectra's poor crash resistance remained a concern, and it was noted for its noisy engine at higher RPMs. The Spectra was discontinued in 2009.

Despite its lineage from Kia Sephia and Kia Cerato, the Kia Spectra isn't immune to issues due to mileage accumulation. A significant concern is transmission problems, signaled by shifting difficulties, gear indicator mismatches, or the inability to turn off the vehicle. Clutch slippage is usually responsible for such issues, suggesting a need for inspection of the Spectra shift cable and automatic transmission filter. Another critical area is engine problems, often indicating impending vehicle breakdown. These issues manifest as squealing noise, overheating, reduced power, and poor acceleration or gas efficiency. In some cases, the engine may stall and fail to restart, necessitating an inspection of the Spectra drive belt, oil filter, fuel tank, water pump, and timing belt if the Check Engine light comes on. For a longer lifespan of your Kia Spectra, it's important to maintain essential parts like the wiper blade and arm that ensure clear visibility, as well as frequently used electrical components like the vapor pressure sensor, fog light, and headlight bulb.

When it comes to quality, OEM parts take the top spot as the number one choice. These parts are crafted directly by Kia, following strict factory specifications, and undergo demanding quality control processes during manufacturing. At, we offer top-notch, affordable OEM Kia Spectra parts. Our philosophy is to provide the highest quality without compromising affordability. We stock complete inventory of genuine Kia Spectra parts, all of which are guaranteed by the manufacturer's warranty. Plus, we prioritize your shopping experience with our swift delivery service and uncomplicated return policy.

Kia Spectra Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How Do You Remove and Replace Clutch Disc,Release Bearing and Pressure Plate?
    A: To remove the clutch, the transaxle must be detached. Use a clutch alignment tool to support the clutch disc during removal and loosen the pressure plate-to-flywheel bolts in a criss-cross pattern. Check the flywheel and pressure plate for indexing marks and replace the bearings. Clean the machined surfaces with brake cleaner or acetone and install the new pilot bearing. Position the clutch disc and pressure plate against the flywheel, center the clutch disc, and tighten the bolts. Lubricate the release bearing and install it. Finally, reinstall the transaxle and other components.
  • Q: How to Adjust the Shift Cable on a Kia Spectra?
    A: Disconnect the battery's negative terminal and remove the air filter housing. Shift to Park (P), disconnect the shift cable from the transaxle and remove the securing nut. Unbolt the airbag control unit, Powertrain Control Module (PCM), and remove the grommet plate nuts. Loosen the shift cable bolts, adjust the shift lever, and tighten the bolts. Measure the distance between points and adjust if incorrect. Check the transaxle operation in each shift position. Adjust the cable on the manual control lever to eliminate freeplay. Have an assistant verify the manual control lever's movement through all gear positions.
  • Q: How Can I Replace the Driveaxle Oil Seals?
    A: Wheel leaks often result from worn wheel seals. To replace, lift the vehicle on jackstands and remove the driveaxle(s). Carefully pry the wheel seal from the transaxle bore with a screwdriver or special tool. Install the new seal with a driver or deep socket, ensuring it's fully seated and lubricated. Reinstall the driveaxles.