Question about 2001 Kia Rio Hatchback
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i am having the same problem, thought it was ful pump, no go, I heard they had problms with the fuse box and wiring harness, my mechanic messed with mine a few days ago and it has not did it since, but I am looking at changing that. GL
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
The TPS is usually located on the inlet manifold at the rear of the engine.If you look at where the accelerator cable connects to the throttle housing it should be there. It's held on by 2 torx or hex head screws & has a wiring block connector with 3 wires going in to it. This connector should simply pull off when you squeeze the clasp. You didnt say which engine you have but the TPS is similar across the range. You must make sure the ignition is off when unplugging it otherwise you will generate a fault code in the Engine Managment System. Once replaced switch the ignition on for 5 seconds & then switch off. This should position the sensor ready to start the engine.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
my 01 did that and it was the plug wires it bucked real bad
next time it happened it was just sluggish up hills and light would come on. it was the fuel filter it had 255,000 miles on it
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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