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A Kia Saga Worth the Read

A Kia saga worth reading about

OK, this is a Kia saga worth reading. We’re going to give it to you straight – this one’s a bit long. In it, Robert from New York tells the tale of a troublesome KIA that had bounced around to several shops without final resolution before it got to him, an angry vehicle owner, a bunch of previously installed parts thrown at the problem and a very tricky diagnostic challenge.

Of course, he starts by asking, “Where do I start?” He then executes a very logical and deliberate strategy to narrow his way to the potential root cause of the problem, verifying each step and confirming his conclusions through rigorous testing. It is textbook diagnostic work. As one commenter noted, “I don’t read extremely long post often. However, I seem to get sucked in real quick on your write ups. Great process and very informative. Thanks for sharing it.” We couldn’t agree more.

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