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Re: 98 kia sportage
The radiator thermostat may be stuck. I've had that before. Just about any auto part store should have an employee that can help if you need it. Its a quick and easy fix/replacement. You'll definitely want to check your radiator coolant level as well.
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Trouble code definitions do not necessarily have to be under the "Kia" heading; imports share trouble code definitions and are identical in most cases. Very rarely is a trouble code brand-specific. Check under Hyundai and Mitsubushi and you will see that Japanese and Korean car companies have similiar trouble code definitions.
Note: You have 1995 model year; this could be more challenging since most OBD-II systems started from 1996 and on.