The cee'd concept which we hope is not the production version's… Sometimes, the best surprises come in small packages. Charged it for 30 min. A diagnostic test was not performed. This resulted in a huge loss of power and 2 new error codes. The contact stated that while driving 70 mph the vehicle stalled.
However, now we have a new problem. You can feel it is running rough at lower rpms especially. Flashing Check Engine Light: If your check engine light is flashing, stop driving your Rio and have it towed to your nearest mechanic - you probably have a very serious problem with your car and you risk ruining your engine by driving it. I moved the new coil to cylinder 3 and the code moved to cylinder 3. Steady Check Engine Light: If your check engine light is on every time you operate your Rio, you need to have it checked as soon as possible, especially if you notice performance problems or unusual noises. If you are unsure about what your diagnostic trouble codes mean; have your Rio diagnosed by a professional automotive technician. No new codes at least.
After a couple of weeks the new coil arrived. . Now it won't run at all. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who stated that they were unable to find a failure. The dealer replaced the throttle body and the fuel pump, but the failure recurred shortly after the repair. Kia's recast Rio for 2006 wraps extroverted styling around straightforward yet efficient hardware, showing a marked improvement in packaging and dynamics over the car it replaces. If you were not getting spark, you may have fouled the new plugs with fuel.
First I just changed all spark plugs with some Bosch platinum plugs with no difference how it ran and no fix to the light. The contact stated that the vehicle would stall upon decelerating and the engine warning light would illuminate on the instrument panel. The dreaded check engine light came on. During all of this time I didn't drive the car but to test it out when I put the new coils in. Towards the end of the drive I wound it up to 5000 rpms for a block. I bought a code reader, determined my engine check light was from a cylinder misfire 2.
In addition, the vehicle would vibrate abnormally when in fifth gear while driving between 40-60 mph. That may be causing the problem. Multiple cylinder misfire and cyl 1 and 4 misfire. The contact also stated that the vehicle had electrical failures. Also, check the crank sensor.
I replaced the ignition coil and the code remained for cylinder 2. Intermittent Check Engine Light: If the check engine light on your 2006 Rio is intermittent, try to take note of the conditions when this happens. I can't even get out of the driveway. The vehicle would not pick up speed, it would only coast very slowly. If the problem was moving with the coil, the coil was bad. The failure mileage was 42,000 and current mileage was 43,997.
Resetting the code reader several times still showed the same code. The contact owns a 2006 Kia Rio. A complaint was filed with the manufacturer. This time I swaped the new coil to cyl 2 but the code remained on cyl 1. Have you checked the crank sensor to make sure it is clean and working? The contact was barely able to drive onto the emergency lane.
Also, the computer determines when you get spark to the cylenders. She stated that she felt very intimidated by the ordeal. It only shows 1150 rpm max. I've tried switching coils to move the problem, Put in a new battery but reving the engine has just flooded it or bogged it. Maybe some deposits on the spark plug so lets try to burn them off with a quick mile drive. It stalls out with my foot off the gas and it stalls out when I try to rev it. I moved the new coil again to cylinder 1 and the code moved to cylinder 1.