Question about 2004 Kia Sedona
Posted by Anonymous on
This is an ignition timing code. It sets when the computer can't actively set the ignition timing properly. Most common cause on a Kia for this code to set is due to a bad throttle position sensor ( TPS). The computer doesn't recognize where the throttle is and therefore can't regulate the timing properly. It may not set a TPS code as this sensor can still be within operating peramaters yet slightly out of range.
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