Question about Kia Rio
P0325 has nothing to do with the MAF sensor or the throttle body. Are there other problems you are trying to solve? If you have a new knock sensor, the 325 is probably caused by poor connection. Make sure the female terminals in the connector on the car side are closed enough to grip the male counterparts on the sensor pigtail tightly. If you correct the problem, the code should clear on it's own after driving about an hour. If you have more questions, please let us know.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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