how to repair a windshield washer reservoir and pump in 2004 kia sorento?

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Answered: Pump Pneumatic

The basic Trabon Pump Pneumatic operates at 40 to 150 psi (3 to 10 bar) air pressure, has a displacement and output of 0.030 cubic inches (0.491 cm3) or .010 – .030 (.160 -.491cm3) per stroke. For more info visit : http://www.fdjohnson.com/

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Answered: My interior lights and door locks do not work in my 2003 kia sorento

Kia uses standard American bulbs, so they done one thing right. Thing is, you can get bad bulbs straight out of the package. You probably checked on that so let's look at what else it can be. Look at corroded contacts in the socket. Easy fix is to sand it off with a piece of 120 grit sand paper ...

Answered: Where is the hydraulic reservoir located on the 1989 Skeeter

Skeeter is a "pocket rocket" that has a tinny little 50CC 2 stroke, a centrifugal clutch, and brakes that wouldn't stop a fly. The only hydraulic reservoir is the brake and it is on the right hand grip. It holds no certain amount of brake fluid. The best thing to do with that pile of junk is heft ...
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My whirlpool washer will not shut off the cold ...

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