Question about 2004 Kia Optima
I have had this on-going issue with my civic. it started out over a year ago the car would buck hard when going over 3000 RPM. i would shift into next gear to avoid this and it was fine. it did it in every gear. the engine light is still on and car still bucks over 3K rpm. MAP sensor is $400+ i would hate to change it and find out that wasn't the issue. oxygen sensor would show as problem if MAP sensor is failing. I have been putting premium gas in the car to avoid this tin-like sound coming from engine which i was told is burning too rich or has a timing issue. idk if this is at all related... i can't find the terminal for diagnostic to jump wires.. it's not where the manual says it is... aaaaaaaargh!!
I dont think it is the MAP sensor.Your problem is the mass air flow meter.Change that.Thats all to do with the air to fuel mixture.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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