Question about 2001 Kia Sportage
Sorry...I don't have that info handy. Generally, oxygen sensors are located in the exhaust pipes...before and after the catalytic convertors. If you do decide to change these items, be sure that you use the proper sealant and the appropriate wrench. Make sure the car has not run for at least 2 hours. Special tools are available at most auto stores.
Filter locations are in your manual. The following are generally changed: air, oil, cabin (sometimes), fuel...sometimes
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