Question about 2003 Kia Sorento
Had to replace engine after 144,000miles with used engine 36,000 miles. Transmission is delaying in shifting unless you ease off the gas and then will shift. Engine seems to idle too high. Trans. fluids changed After driving 50 more miles the engine light came on and took to Autozone to have scanned. PO441 Trouble code. Replaced vapor canister. Didn't help but was clogged. Does the PCM software need to be updated?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first you need to buy transmission fluid new filter and new gasket.you need 11.4 pints of transmision fluid.raise front of vechicle.set parking brake.block both back wheels.besure support vechicle weight with jack stands. get a drain pan.if your transmission pan dont have a drain plug.loosen rear pan bolts a few turns.remove the front and side transmission pan bolts. let fluid drain.remove tranny pan. then clean old gasket material from transmission and pan carefully.dont scratch or damage surface.clean old tranny bolts using brake cleaner or buy new tranny bolts.you have to put a tiny film of rtv silicone on tranny bolts so they wont leak.carefully remove old tranny filter and put on new filter.clean all grease grim away from tranny pan it should be **** and span because.you might need a little gasket adhesive to hold gasket in place while putting pan back on transmission.to line up bolt holes.loosely put all bolts in you have to move pan a little to get holes line up.when all is finish put tranny fluid back in.besure you put 11.4 pints back in that about 6.5 quarts. make sure tranny fluid level is right before driving vechicle.l
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
possible causes--- p0453-- - Rubber hose to EVAP control system pressure is clogged, vent, kinked, disconnected or improper connection.
- EVAP control system pressure sensor may be faulty
- EVAP posible solutions, - Retight gas cap - Replaced EVAP Control System Pressure Sensor. have a good day !!
Posted on May 19, 2011
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