So far i beleve there is no way to change the timing on this car try relpacing the cam sencer with a new one and or the computer for the car i had the same problem i got a new wireing harnes computer and all new sencers and electronic valves to fix my car it is like putting anew motor in the car lots of work but was worth it in the end
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Be aware, my answer is in reference to a 1995 Kia Sephia with a B6 SOHC engine. Your best bet is to purchase a Chiltons/Haynes manual at your local parts house that covers your make/model and years. My book has the ignition control module on left side of engine compartment beneath the ignition coil. It's best to use the book that is printed with your make./model in mind since the Sportage has an inline mouted engine (if 4WD) I'm not sure about 2WD.
WELL 5 YEARS CAN MAKE A WIRING DIFFERENCE.1 TO 2 YEARS OLD MAY WORK BUT 5 YEARS CAN MAKE DIFFERENCE ON ENGINE PARTS AND SET UP. YOU NEED A 2.0 SOHC ENGINE THE DOHC CAM ENGINE GOING HAVE DIFFERENT WIRING AND COMPONENTS SET UP NOT GOING TO WORK.
There is a DOHC or SOHC (double or Single overhead cam engone. Both are Similar. Both have a notch on back side of crank pully that aligns with a tab on engine just above crank pully looks like a triangle with the tip near crank pully is rounded off. SOHC engines have an arrow on cam pully that aligns with a point at top of timing belt rear housing. about straight up at top of it. DOHC have an I and an E on the cam pullys I for INTAKE and E for EXHAUST. the I and E match up at same type points on top of rear Timing belt housing. When installing belt make sure you do not move pullys. put belt on starting with cam shaft (s) then down to crank on tension side which looking at motor will be the right side or Clockwise direction keeping it tight no, or EXTREEMLY little slack. then back up around tensioner. Tensioner should be the last pully to go around. Once on make sure timing marks still lline up.Adjust tensioner and. rotate engine BY HAND 4 times and re check marks.