Question about 2000 Kia Sportage
Hear are the problems po304 cyl no.3 misfire detected,,,,p0300 random missfire detected,,,, ,p0303 cyl.no.3 misfire detected,,,,,p1586 mt/at selection ma2,,,,,p0501 vehicle speed sensor-abnormal,,,,p0422 main catal.EFFi below(bl),,,,p1624 radiator fan. dont know were to start?? the kia is very hard to start in the morning but run great when its warm up. check engine light is on. can i do it myself??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 2004 Spectra.
Well, it is either a timing belt/chain going out or a bad crank position sensor most likely causing the other problems. The O2 sensor may be bad as well but that usually doesn't cause the Misfire. The vehicle on board computer is confused, that is why it is throwing all those codes. and why it gives you that 1166 code which isn't defined. Check the crank position sensor and the timing and timing belt first. Once you have that fixed the rest should clear up.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
having PO 304 = Misfire cylinder 4,PO 306 = Misfire cylinder 6, as I read above you have done the most. The thing that you have missed is to check whether the Catalytic Converter is faulty or not. To get an idea check whether you have a smell like rotten eggs at the end of the exhaust,you start having problems with cat and needs replacement. My advice before you go for a cat replacement is good to visit an MOT center and check your emissions and then you decide,
Posted on Aug 10, 2012
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