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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
listen for a vaccum leak.also try disconecting bat for 5 min the reconnect and start truck and hold idle at 1500-2000 for 5 min. this resets and teaches computer to self adjust
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
You might want to go to your local AutoZ to have them hook it up to a code reader and give you any trouble codes that may exist, but chances are you problem is going to lie with one of three things. The first thing I would check is the Mass Airflow Sensor(MAS). The MAS sensor is usually connected to the plastic breather tube that runs to the air filter. The next thing I would check would be your Idle-Air Control Valve. Not too sure where Kia put their IACV's at, but AZ's website should have vehicle specific repair info through Alldata for your Kia. The last thing that I would check if you still haven't fixed the problem would be your EGR valve. Other than that, the only other thing that I can think of would be your throttle positioning sensor, but this possibility is least likely. Hope this helps guide you in the right direction. Have a great day!
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
SOURCE: 1994 camaro v6 3.4litre
i have a 98 camaro and around 75,000 miles i had the same problem and i had to change the spark plugs, wires, and a couple of coils. i had to change the coils for the 1 2 4 6 cylinder. the coil is cheap go to autozone plug your car into the computer to find what code is getting thrown out and find what cylinder is misfireing and change the coil. 2 bolts and your done
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
SOURCE: unstable idle
Check to see that the air meter hose that goes to the throttle body is in good condition and not cracked or torn, If you are getting unmetered air it will cause the surge condition. If you have had a tuneup lately, part of that is taking the hose off to get to the filter...
Good luck...i hope this helps...
Posted on May 09, 2009
Remove Air filter and all related housings including right hand side next to battery. Sensor is underneath fitted horizontally into camshaft end housing and front facing. Electrical connection also faces front.. Remove electrical connector. Fixing bolt is underneath sensor. Warning - on removal some oil will escape.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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