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04 kia sorento runs poorly

Bank 1 runs lean bank2 rich, fuel pressure key on is 50psi. no codes stored . checked fuel injectors, 16 ohms and all drop same ammount of fuel when doing a manually injector drop test with special tool. timing belt installed correctly with marks aligned. Changed o2 sensors bank 1 sensor1 and swap with bank 2 sensor 1 no change. If spray choke cleaner in throttle body o2 counts will increase above 450mv if you spay alot. normal condition the o2 count will stay close to 0mv bank1 sensor 1 and2. Changed both convertors , know engine is tour down to the crankshaft sensor. Should i replace it or look a something else?

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    MatHew Mar 05, 2014

    I have a cr doing the same thing! Did you end up fixing it?

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    where is bank 1 sensor 1 o2 sensor

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Might be going super simple here but from what you have said have you checked the wiring on your sensors? If you know that one works and you swap it and its not working its very possible the wires farther up are shorted or burned somewhere.

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Replaced o2 sensor bank 1 sensor 1, now reading "Circuit Low Voltage Bank 1 Sensor 1" and P0154 on Bank 2 Sensor 1. Live readouts on both show avg of .48V. What is wrong?


Lets examine your readings first.
Code 154 means the sensor is not switching from lean to rich enough in 60 seconds. And there is no such thing as average voltage.
The O2 sensors generate their own voltage by measuring oxygen in the exhaust. They also have heaters that get power from a relay.
But a problem with the heaters should be a different code.
When the engine is running, the computer varies "on" time for the injectors based on engine temp, throttle position, and unburned fuel in the exhaust. So when the O2 sensors send voltage higher than .5 to the computer, the computer calls that RICH and shortens on time for the injectors. Then when the O2 sensor drops voltage down below .5 it reads LEAN, and the computer lengthens on time for the injectors.
This back and forth switching should happen several times each minute. Like the tick tock of a clock.
If the sensor(s) are slow to switch, or they stay on lean or rich for more than 30 seconds, you get the code 154. Each sensor has a different code for the same issue.
It could be a sensor problem, or a fuel problem, or something else.
Too lean can be low fuel pressure, too rich can be not enough air flow coming into the intake.

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Check for leaking injectors,vacuum leaks,fuel pressure

Look at fuel trim on scanner

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so there may be some of the problems

Start with fuel trim,cylinder misfires,spark plugs, injectors, on that
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Cylinder misfire spark


how many miles on the odometer, mines 95k.
ah a v6, P0306 is #6 misfiring. 2.5L V6
300 is all 6 misfiring.... oops.
it is. for sure.
misfire is cause by many things, only 3 in physics, but many real world. (compression + spark +fuel rates)
i works this easy, way.
i have a full scan tool not just a code reader (near useless it)
i make sure my V6 (I have an 04) holds closed loop at idle and 2500 rpm. i f not , fix that first.
easy, it is. just look, bingo, Open loop, (out of control)
fueling is out of control.
but, first i do that tune up. in the manual, 60k , 120k, 180k, see?
do that first. , spark plugs dont last foreever nor filters.
then i replace both front 02 sensors at 100k miles. there design life.
V6 has 2 front sensors. (rear can , just sit and be ignored)
if it misfires. now, i toss a coin.
compression or fuel pressure.
i can do both in 30min flat but i toss coin lands on fuel.
i check fuel pressure and its.
60psi, fuel regulator is bad,
20psi, same, or bad pump or bad 12vdc to pump, 8v to pump is bad wiring.
one thing that helps is to find out if the engine is running too rich or too lean.
and if there are cracks in the exhuast near the 02 sensors.
i force the EFI rich and lean watching both 02 sensors in my scan tool
to see if i can force them lean or rich.
on the v6, we can introduce air leaks, to the plenum.
this will cause lean, and the o2 most react to my lean forcing
or its dead.
i can force richer, if i suspect lean or 02 shows lean, by
removing the Fuel pump regulator hose (vac) and plugging hose fast.
this causes the FPreg to go to high pressure. max.
causing RICH>
i watch the 02 and see it go rich, if not the 02 is bad or you have exhaust leaks, or dead cylinder causing the 02 to fib.
you have 2 banks, and both banks are running off 1 MAF
so you can look at both 02 sensors (front) B1S1 and B1S2
and see if both react the same. to my forcing's.

i dont think you have 3 bad cops out 6. no.
if any cylinder misfires on bank one, then bank 1 o2 goes nuts
same with the Bank 2. this can aid troubleshooting having 2 banks.
the MAF can not lie for 1 cyclinder nor one bank
the 02s can lie for each bank,
both are key to diagnosis.
let me give an example say
injector 1 leaks.
causing 301s
v6
246
135 left
this is your lay out.
my guess is its not lost compression (no test guess, mostly useless)
not 2 bad cops one on each side will cause 300s
not one bad cop. as other side would be ok.
not one bad injector.
my guess, is fuel pressure is way off.
but///???
or maf running lean (dirty, spary clean it 12inches away not close)
low fuel pressure
too high fuel pressure.

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I would try to use a spray bottle of water and go around the Intake manifold and spray the water while the engine is running. An intake leak will draw water into the engine and change RPM.

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Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) P1131 bank 1 (Cylinder 1) and P1151 bank 2 indicate the fuel/air ratio is correcting rich for an overly lean condition. The HO2S voltage is less than 0.45 volt. DTCs P1132 bank 1 (Cylinder 1) and P1152 bank 2 indicate the fuel/air ratio is correcting lean for an overly rich condition. The HO2S voltage is greater than 0.45 volt.
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•HO2S-21 = DTCs P1151, P1152 and P1150
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•Low fuel pressure or running out of fuel.
•Contaminated fuel injector(s)
•Vapor recovery system
Induction system
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•Vacuum leaks (vacuum lines and gaskets).
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•PCV system.
•Improperly seated engineicon1.png oil dipstick.
EGR System
•Leaking gasket.
•Stuck open EGR valve.
•Leaking diaphragm.
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•Oil overfill.
•Cam timing.
•Cylinder compression.
•Exhaust leaks before or near the HO2Ss.
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•Verify integrity of the PCV system.
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    Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) P1131 bank 1 (Cylinder 1) and P1151 bank 2 indicate the fuel/air ratio is correcting rich for an overly lean condition. The HO2S voltage is less than 0.45 volt. DTCs P1132 bank 1 (Cylinder 1) and P1152 bank 2 indicate the fuel/air ratio is correcting lean for an overly rich condition. The HO2S voltage is greater than 0.45 volt.
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    • Air leaks after the MAF.
    • Vacuum leaks (vacuum lines and gaskets).
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    • Leaking gasket.
    • Stuck open EGR valve.
    • Leaking diaphragm.
    Base engine
    • Oil overfill.
    • Cam timing.
    • Cylinder compression.
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