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Check engine light has been on. Now it is having a hard time getting over 45 mph. 2003 kia optima. we just did a transmission flush. the code is P0320 and all I'm told is it's the IG sensor, faulty ignition failure sensor. and no one has this part. Can anyone help me?

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SOURCE: my check engine light keeps coming on on my 2004 kia optima lx

Check with the place that checked the codes for you. Maybe they can test the IG sensor for you. That might help. Otherwise check all the connections relating to the sensor.

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