2001 Kia Sportage Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2001 Kia Sportage
- how do i replace the ignition switch without the key
- fuel pump not working
- Hi, my car is idling higher at a bit over 1,000 rpms, and the check engine light is on. The code was a P0507, which I know could mean a few things, I'm just not sure what exactly. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
- Wy is there. And Wy is there. two different fuel tanks for same.2001 Kia spot
- My KIA fail smog test with a P0128 diagnostic trouble code (Coolant Temp Below Thermostat Regulating Temp). Going by online help info, I replaced Thermostat, coolant temp sensor, air intake temp sensor, & check resistance/voltage readings. NO LUCK ~:o(
2001 Kia Sportage Problems
Vehicles driven in areas where roads are heavily salted in winter may experience corrosion of the fuel tank, which can result in a leak. Kia has extended the fuel tank warranty on the 1996-2002 models. Please check with you local Kia dealer for more information, the service bulletin number is 059
When you get into the car everything works fine untill you try to start it. Some times it starts after a few ties, but increasingly the few tries turn into 20 minutes, into not at all.
The solution: Replace the faulty brake switch. This should be a recall. Just research it online and you will see there are many people with this exact same problem.
2001 Kia Sportage Questions
2001kia spotage. Looking for fuel tank,from early 2001 model.it has all the hook UPS for evap system rite next too filler hole.other model has smaller filler hole,and no hook UPS for evap system next to filler hole.
started with the speedometer and tac not working ..went to put in 4x4 when you pull out it stays in high gear what's my problem
2001 Kia Sportage Reviews
This vehicle is very difficult to perform any maintenance on. To change the spark plugs for instance a person has to remove quite a few engine components to reveal the plugs. Finding a service repair manual is impossible. Contains a lot of plastic and rubber components that break or fail on numerous occasions. For instance the rubber vacuum lines that control the 4WD continuously need to be re...
I had a similar problem with my kiia as another poster. Wanted to post that, that when the sheared problem happened, had a new timing belt been installed before it happened? Sounds like the crank bolt sheared from backing out or being overtightened. Make sure who ever installed your salvage motor set the crank bolt to torque specs, which are very tight tolerance.
I bought this car with 28 miles on it in December 2000. For the most part I have been happy. I have to agree with jointer4. The 4wd vac tubes need to be replace every year. Not to hard though. Most of the engine work needs to be done by a Kia engineer it seems.