2006-2009 Kia Spectra Spectra5 2.0L Automatic Transmission Solenoid A4CF1 A4CF2 46313-23000 Generic

$126.78

SKU: C180-A251-A~001

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Feature:
1: According to the original factory specifications,perfect match for the original car.
2: Own different test machines to design exact accurate parameter for our products.All items were tested for performance.
3: Made by high quality material, lightweight, anti-rust, colorfast and durable.
4: Aftermarket product with premium quality.
5: Stable performance, high reliability,suitable for replacing your broken one.

Specifics:
Condition: Remanufactured
Material: Metal
Color: show as pictures
Manufacturer Part Number: 46313-23000, 4631323000
Interchange Part Number: 46313 23000, 4631323000
Other Part Number: 46313 23000, 4631323000
Superseded Part Number: A4CF-1 / A4CF-2 A4-CF1 / A4-CF2 A4CF1 A4CF2
Type: Solenoid
Fitment Type:Direct Replacement

Fitment:
For Kia Spectra Spectra5 2006-2009 2.0L
For Hyundai Elantra 2007-2010 2.0L
For all A4CF1 and A4CF2 Models
Specifically For Kia Spectra & Spectra 5 - 2006 to 2009 With 2.0L Engine This Is Correct

Package Include:
1x Solenoid

Shipping Information:
Delivery Time: 3-7 business days.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 53 reviews
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Roger Marple

This master solenoid kit has enhanced the overall drivability and durability of my GM vehicle, providing a cost-effective solution for transmission maintenance.

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Andy Moldowan

The quality of the components is excellent, ensuring smooth and reliable shifts. The kit arrived quickly and was well-packaged. Customer service was also top-notch, addressing all my questions promptly.

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Alfie Ede

Direct replacement, simple install and works great.

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Nguyen Hai

My car was experiencing some serious transmission issues, slipping gears, rough shifts, you name it. But now my car is shifting smoother than ever.

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Nguyen Hai

My car was experiencing some shifting problems, and after a diagnostic test, the mechanic recommended replacing the solenoids. The installation was a bit tricky, but with the help of a friend and some YouTube tutorials, we managed to get it done. Now no more clunky shifts or erratic behavior, just reliable performance every time I drive.