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2009 kia sorento shoing error code p0175,

Replaced o2 sensor and cleaned mass air flow sensor, cleared code, cde returned after 23 miles.

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SOURCE: 2006 kia sorento code problem

Bank one implies the drivers side of the motor. With a front wheel drive vehicle its the front as you look at it. The oyygen sensor is in the exaust manifold pipe. it screws into a bung on the pipe and has a wire lead going to a connector (electrical)

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SOURCE: 2000 kia sportage mass air flow sensor

The mass air flow meter is fitted to the air intake pipe Its quite a simple task to change it on your own.Has for the catalytic converter all you will have to do is give the car a realy hard reving when going through the gears and drive it hard for a few miles.That will clear your cat for you.Dont listen to the shop they are out to rip you off.Good luck.Any problems you can contact me via pippall7@hotmail.co.uk.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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My check engine light came on and the code came back saying that the mass air flow sensor was out. All I did was change the air filter even though I really didn't think it needed it, the light went off and has not come back on yet. Knock on wood!

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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SOURCE: how can i find the mass air flow sensor in a kia

Here's a picture: d776d5b.jpg

It's right on top of the air filter housing.

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SOURCE: po 131 po171 obd2

The problem may not necessarily be a bad O2 sensor. An incorrect air fuel mixture may also trigger this error.

To see if the air fuel mixture is right you may have to check the ignition for bad plugs or coils. Check the vacuum hoses to and from the engine for leaks, cracks or loose connections. Check also the timing. Inspect the throttle body or the actual intake manifold for build up of dirt. A bad injector could also be the culprit.

The error code Po131 is for the sensor before the catalytic converter. Inspect the cables and the socket of the sensor. Check also for leaks in the exhaust.

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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Is the check engine light on ? If it is too much a rich code would turn on the check engine light . P0172 & P0175 https://www.obd-codes.com/p0172 https://www.obd-codes.com/p0175
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      2000 kia sportage mass air flow sensor


      The mass air flow meter is fitted to the air intake pipe Its quite a simple task to change it on your own.Has for the catalytic converter all you will have to do is give the car a realy hard reving when going through the gears and drive it hard for a few miles.That will clear your cat for you.Dont listen to the shop they are out to rip you off.Good luck.Any problems you can contact me via pippall7@hotmail.co.uk.

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