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Hi GuysI have a 55 plate kia sorrento 2.5<a href="http://gugpejlagm.com"> dseiel</a> with 24000 miles on clock.The problem i have is that it keeps cutting out,and it is instant just like turning the ign off, but it allways restarts after about 15/20 seconds. There is no pattern to this at all it might do it after 12 miles or 212 miles at any speed or condition the only time it seem to be worse was when i tryed towing my caravan (scary) i had to cancell holliday then it hapend about 5 times in about 30miles.when this problem started about the secound or third time the warning light came on,so i thought the kia main dealer would be able to read the code and sort the problem (wrong) they said it was reading 2 codes p1693 & p1188 they said the fuel pressure was wrong and the first place to look was the fuel filter, whitch they showed me & it was dirty so they replaced it, they allso sugested the fuel pump could be faulty (low pressure in tank pump) since the fuel filter did not cure it i then had the pump replaced still no good, so they had it back in again this time they said a fulty wiring multy plug whitch they repaired still no good. somebody sugested cranshaft sensor so i replaced it and guess what yep sill no good. it has now been sugested it could be fuel rail pressure sensor ??. i have now spent over a3500 and got no results & that is main dealer, i cant afford to take it back and keep trying these things.Because it is not showing any fault codes & you cant get it to stop on camand every body is just guessing ?.Can you please Help as i dont know were to go from here.(ps sorry for going on but i wanted to give you all the info). Thanks Dave
To you as a driver, there will be very few nobtleaice differences.A diesel engine creates tremendous amount of torque. Torque is what you feel when you really accelerate fast, that force that pushes you back in the seat.Also a diesel engine works a lot slower then petrol does. If the transmission in the diesel you bought is a manual, you will notice the Tachometer or RPM gauge does not go high at all usually tops out around 4000 rpm. So shifting can be done sooner. But if you purchased an automatic transmission, no worries as it shifts for you.Other then that,there really is no difference or added precautions in the way the two cars would drive, or care for.Its always a good idea to leave a diesel warm up for a minute before driving.
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