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How do i replace an o2 sensor on a 2002 kia sportage 4cyl two wheel dr

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Use a large ring wrench, after taking off wires and replace it with a new one...you will find it 1/2 way down the front exhaust pipe in front of the cat.....

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Code p0038 wont go away and i have replaced the 02 sensors twice on my 2006 kia sportage


Code 038 means the computer is getting a high voltage return in the heater circuit from the O2 sensor mounted after the catalytic converter. The O2 sensors have an internal heater to make them work as soon as you start the engine.
You would need to test the circuit to and from the sensor to find the real problem.

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Where is downstream left o2 sensor located in 2005 kia sportage?


For oxygen sensor location diagram on kia sportage, click the link below:---

http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2012/12/o2-sensor-located-in-2005-kia-sportage.html


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P1309 code showing on 2002 Kia sportage. Cannot pass smog.


Code PO1309 : Misfire Monitor Failure Description : When the misfire monitor is disabled,usually due to the input signal generated by the camshaft position sensor, by sensing the passage of teeth from the camshaft position wheel. Possible Causes : PCM(power train control module), Mass Air Flow Sensor, Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, Crank Shaft Position Sensor, Camshaft Position Sensor.

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O2 sensor engine light stays on, smell gas in kia as it warms up on cold days


o2 sensor is probably bad and so the car is unable to make proper adjustments to the air/fuel ratio. What you likely smell is your car running rich, meaning there is too much gas for the amount of air the engine is taking it resulting in gas that is getting burned completely and is going out through the exhaust. Is probably going to decrease your gas mileage. You should probably get the o2 sensor checked out.

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Where is the O2 sensor located on a 2002 Sportage?


it should be located on the exhaust blow the exhaust manifold. on this year car you may have two O2 sensors an upstream located before the catalytic converter and a downstream located after the converter. hope this helps

Feb 22, 2009 | 2002 Kia Sportage

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autozone has a nice diagram online for the o2 sensor check it out

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Check gngine light


Ok I think you meant code P0171, this means the fuel trim is always lean, you need to check for a engine vacum leak, maybe a cut or damaged PCV hose or any other hose that is in the vaccum system, I have read other Kia owners (Kia Forums, you should join one) reports of this same code, most found it not to be the O2 sensor but a vacuum leak.

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ABS LIGHT STAYS ON SPORTAGE 2003


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This could be a dirty or faulty wheel sensor, a faulty ABS pump, or a faulty ABS computer.

You could try cleaning the wheel sensors by spraying them with brake cleaner, and if this doesn't rectify the problem then a garage can read out the ABS fault codes and tell you what the problem is.

Sometimes just a reset is enough to clear it.

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Geordie

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