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Where is downstream left o2 sensor located in 2005 kia sportage?

Check engine light came on downstream left o2 sensor is bad. I have the replacement, but am not sure where the sensor is located.

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For oxygen sensor location diagram on kia sportage, click the link below:---

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SOURCE: Where is the O2 sensor located on a 2002 Sportage?

it should be located on the exhaust blow the exhaust manifold. on this year car you may have two O2 sensors an upstream located before the catalytic converter and a downstream located after the converter. hope this helps

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Ok I think you meant code P0171, this means the fuel trim is always lean, you need to check for a engine vacum leak, maybe a cut or damaged PCV hose or any other hose that is in the vaccum system, I have read other Kia owners (Kia Forums, you should join one) reports of this same code, most found it not to be the O2 sensor but a vacuum leak.

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