How to Replace a KIA Sorento Cooling Fan Sensor?

Answer The cooling fan sensor is better known as the coolant temperature sensor on a Kia Sorento. It’s a thermistor responsible for signaling the temperature of the engine to the powertrain control modu... Read More »

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How to Replace a Cooling Sensor on a 1987 Toyota Corolla?

The coolant temperature sensor on the 1987 Toyota Corolla sends a signal to the computer, telling it the temperature of the engine. This should not be confused with the coolant temperature sender, ... Read More »

How to Change a Throttle Position Sensor in a 2005 Kia Sorento?

The throttle position sensor in the 2005 Sorento is responsible for reading the positioning of the valve inside the throttle body and transmitting its reading to the electronic control unit via a c... Read More »

How to Replace a Belt-Driven Cooling Fan With an Electric Cooling Fan?

The shift from engine-powered, belt-driven cooling fans to electric cooling fans came about because of an increasing quest for more power. Engine-driven cooling fans use a lot of the engine power a... Read More »

How to Replace Lights in a Kia Sorento?

Changing the headlight in your KIA Sorento can seem like a daunting task to someone who has never preformed the procedure before. In reality, replacing the lights in your Sorento is a relatively si... Read More »