Question about Kia Rio
This sounds very much like an O2 sensor. Most likely the primary one. This O2 sensor controls the amount of fuel that gets into the engine based on how well it is consuming it. This is a pretty easy job on most cars and the part usually costs around $60. Since your service light is on, you can take your car to a local parts store and they are most likely able to scan it for you for free and that will tell you the problem for sure. I hope this helped!
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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