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Problem with 2000 kia sportage P0135 and P0141

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: P0135 and P0141 codes

possibly unplugged

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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SOURCE: 2000 kia sportage ex, 4 cyl.

Many of the Kia sportages have a problem with the coils.

There are 2 coils for each 2 cyl and they are located under the middle platic cap on the valve cover.

These coils will set a check engine light that blinks when misfiring and stays on steady when the motor is running smooth. Autozone or Advance auto have a scanner that can check all engine functions and will show a problem with # 2 and 4 cyl.

The coil packs are $39.00 to replace but check the codes first

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

Molson02536
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SOURCE: replaced both sensors in a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix P0135 P0141

A code P0135 may mean that one or more of the following has happened: = O2 Heater element resistance is high
= Internal short or open in the heater element = O2 heater circuit wiring high resistance = open or short to ground in the wire harness. 
What to do; = Repair short or open or high resistance in wiring harness or harness connectors.
= Replace oxygen sensor (cannot repair open or short that occurs internally to sensor)
A code P0141 may mean that one or more of the following has happened:

Same as above: mentioned in P0135.
What do do is the same as above, so i am leaning towards and faulty wire harness since you have replaced both O2 sensors. Make sure the wire harness has no break in it or crushed connection clips. The other thing to look for is a bad fuse that is used to heat up the O2 sensor. It may not say O2 sensor on it, it may piggy back off something else so check all the fuse and make sure the O2 has a good ground and not corroded. Good luck and hope this helps. 

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

emissionwiz
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SOURCE: OBDII codes P0135-P0141-P0161 need help

I would say u have a shorted heater circuit, have u checked the fuses under the hood and in the cab? if it is blown disconnect the sensors and see if it happens again.

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

c17hydro
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SOURCE: the easiest way to pull the heater core from a kia sportage-2000

There is no real easy way to do it....not like the older cars..

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.

    CAUTION After disconnecting the negative battery cable, wait for at least 10 minutes for the air bag module to deplete its stored energy.

    1. Remove the driver’s side air bag and steering wheel by performing the following procedure:
    2. Position the front wheels in the straight-ahead position.
  2. Remove the 4 steering wheel-to-air bag module bolts.
  3. Carefully, lift the air bag module and disconnect the electrical connector.

    CAUTION Place the air bag module in a safe location with the front facing upward.

  4. Remove the steering wheel-to-steering column nut.

    NOTE If may be necessary to mark the steering wheel to steering column alignment.

  5. Using a steering wheel puller, press the steering wheel from the steering column.
  6. Drain the cooling system into a clean container for reuse.
  7. Discharge and recover the air conditioning system refrigerant.
    1. Remove the instrument panel by performing the following procedure:
    2. Remove both the rear and front consoles.
    3. Remove the knee bolster assembly.
    4. Remove the “T” bar section.
    5. Remove the relay bracket.
    6. Remove the turn signal assembly and the upper/lower steering column covers.
    7. Remove the hood release handle lockscrew, the hood release handle and the cable assembly nut.
    8. Remove the left side front pillar trim and the lower left side cover.
    9. Remove the 2 left side of the “T” bar-to-chassis bolts.
    10. At the left side of the instrument panel, remove the 3 instrument panel-to-chassis bolts.
    11. Remove the ashtray.
    12. Remove the center panel trim.
    13. Remove the ventilation control panel.
    14. At the center of the windshield next to the windshield, remove the cap and the mounting bolt.
    15. " Remove the right side front pillar trim and the lower right side cover.
    16. Remove the 2 right side of the “T” bar-to-chassis bolts.
    17. At the right side of the instrument panel, remove the 3 instrument panel-to-chassis bolts.
    18. Remove the steering column-to-instrument panel bolts and lower the steering column.
    19. Disconnect the instrument panel electrical connectors.
    20. Remove the instrument panel.
    1. Remove the blower/evaporator housing by performing the following procedure:
    2. Disconnect the air conditioning refrigerant lines from the evaporator core and discard the gaskets. Plug the openings to prevent contamination.
  8. Disconnect the fresh air control cable from the blower/evaporator housing inlet duct.
  9. Disconnect the 5 connectors from the bottom of the blower/evaporator housing.
  10. Move the carpeting from the bulkhead to gain access to the hole cover plate.
  11. Remove the 4 hole cover plate nuts and the plate.
  12. Remove the 2 upper blower/evaporator housing bolts.
  13. Remove the 2 lower blower/evaporator housing-to-bulkhead nuts.
  14. Remove the blower/evaporator housing.
  15. Disconnect the heater hoses from the heater core.
  16. Remove the temperature control cable from the heater housing.
  17. Remove the 2 lower heater housing nuts and the upper heater housing-to-bulkhead nut.
  18. Remove the heater housing.
    1. Disassemble the heater housing by performing the following procedure:
    2. Remove the seal from the heater core tube connections.
    • Remove the vent seal.
    • Remove the 2 wiring harness-to-heater servo screws.
    • Remove the 8 heater housing clips located on the servo side (left side).
    • Remove the left side of the heater housing.
    • Remove the 6 heater housing assembly clips.
    • Remove the 4 heater core tube mounting bracket screws and the bracket.
    • Remove the 8 remaining heater housing clips and disassemble the housings.
    • Remove the heater core from the housing.

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