Question about 2003 Kia Sedona
When you clean the MAS you should use no residue electrical cleaner - some solvent 'cleaners' leave a residue which affects the MAS operation. Two other areas to check are the IAC Idle Air Control valve on the throttle body. The ECU opens the IAC when the throttle is closed, at idle, and allows a measured volume of air to pass the throttle and thereby ensure an even running engine. Generally if the IAC is at fault the symptom is that if you put load on the engine at idle, such as engage the power steering, the engine speed dies away or stops. Just take the IAC off and clean it with Carb. or brake solvent cleaner and a cloth. Working in conjunction with the IAC is the TPS (throttle position sensor) which is a variable potentiometer that measures the throttle shaft rotation usually located on the throttle body opposite the accelerator to throttle spring loaded cam. There three electrical contacts: on one side it is at 0 to 0.48volts; the other side is 5 volts: and the middle one is the centre contact arm. When the throttle turns the contact arm sweeps in an arc from the 0 volts end towards the 5 volts end sending a voltage that the ECU interprets as throttle position. If the IAC clean up does not work and the TPS is OK then have a look at the EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) valve. If this valve fails open or the exhaust gas feeder tube is blocked the engine runs hot and is very hesitant with misfiring
Posted on May 04, 2010
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