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Old 20-07-14, 11:12 AM   #1
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Father in laws kia has engine management light up. At moment driving fine and I've check what I can but can't get to bottom. Is there a specific diagnostic kit for kia?

Never touched kia before so unsure how best to act.

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Old 20-07-14, 11:17 AM   #2
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Should be able to use planet in OBDII mode to read generic codes
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Any obd2 or eobd tool will read it....check oil level as ive seen sportages using oil then putting light on relating to inlet cam variable valve timing
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I think the official diagnostic tool for kias is to drive them of a cliff and put you and them out their misery
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Any obd2 or eobd tool will read it....check oil level as ive seen sportages using oil then putting light on relating to inlet cam variable valve timing
Now although I find it harsh about Kia's and cliffs, owning an old Sedona.
Could you maybe tell me how you use PP in OBDII mode.
It would be nice to do, probably wouldn't work on the sedona though as it's a Korean nightmare when it comes to diagnostics.
Let me in on how just in case! Lol
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Any obd2 or eobd tool will read it....check oil level as ive seen sportages using oil then putting light on relating to inlet cam variable valve timing

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Should be able to use planet in OBDII mode to read generic codes
How do you do that?
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Open planet and in the list of vehicles screen you press F4 (Scantool) and it should work as a standard OBDII code reader
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