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OBD II Code p2125

2004 KIA Amanti had the OBD code p2125. What can cause this code and how do I fix.

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SOURCE: Kia Amanti 2004 trouble Codes

yes, P2127 refers to throttle / pedal position sensor switch E circuit low input , and P2138 refers to throttle / pedal position sensor switch D & E voltage correlation . yours is a drive by wire technology vehicle ( no throttle cable) , you have an issue with that system / circuit .

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Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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SOURCE: what oil does 2005 kia amanti use

Depends on where you live in the country.  In TN where I live most people just use 10W30 all year, but if you live in a colder area you would use 10W30 in the summer and 5W30 in the winter.  Hope this helps.  Thanks for an honest rating.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a code P2422 on a 05 Kia Amanti. What would

The evaporative emissions vent valve is stuck closed. Probably needs to be replaced.

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SOURCE: What can cause OBD Codes: P0302, P0304 and P0306

I have an 2002 Kia sedona the code p0304 means an 4 cylinder misfire and also the wiring and plugs.I noticed an while back that when I press the gas smoke will come from my tailpipe and now my van is hesitating to go and it stumbles and the check engine light is on,I have the same code p0304.

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