Kia Venga P0341: CPS – Range/Performance

P0341 is a somewhat common OBDII diagnostic code in the Kia Venga. It means that there is a Range/Performance problem. In layman terms this means that there is a problem with the signal coming from the Camshaft Position Sensor (CPS).   OBDII P0341 means that there is a problem with the Camshaft Position Sensor (CPS) … Read more

Kia Venga P0300: Engine Misfire Detected

P0300 is one of the most common OBDII codes that occurs in the Kia Venga. It stands for: P0300 is certainly a cause for concern, and can be a threat to the drivability the Kia Venga. It will often be accompanied by codes P0301-P0308. These particular codes also indicate that there is a misfire detected, … Read more

Kia Venga P0340: CPS – Circuit Malfunction

P0340 is a somewhat common and difficult trouble code to diagnose. The Kia Venga is no exception to this rule. That’s because it’s a generic powertrain code. Generic codes tell you that there is a problem, but they don’t really tell you what particular part of the system is throwing the code.     OBDII … Read more

Kia Venga P0101 Diagnosis: MAF Sensor

With the Kia Venga, P0101 means the the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor has a Range/Performance problem. We will cover exactly what that means and potential fixes for it below. It should be considered a high priority to fix, as the MAF sensor not reading properly can really make an impact on the performance of … Read more

Kia Venga P0128: Coolant Thermostat – Below Temp

P0128 is a relatively common OBDII trouble code. It is triggered when your Kia Venga‘s coolant temperature fails to reach the proper operating temperature. It’s a generic powertrain code, which means that regardless of who manufactured the vehicle, it’ll have the same meaning (1996+).   Venga P0128 Symptoms There aren’t many symptoms with P0128, unless … Read more