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Oil Control Valve

Check Engine Light on, KIA advises, replace oil control valve, replace oil control valve wireing harness. Someone cut and twisted together the wires running to the oil control valve. I wanted to know, what part would I search for to order this on my on. I cannot find any parts with those keywords. I am going to install the oil control valve on Monday, that is when that part gets here. But I may need to replace the wireing hareness. Thanks
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-14-2019, 12:42 AM
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Here you go...

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It's a GM connector. Junkyard has tons of them.
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Looks like simple wire repair solder and heat shrink

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It's a GM connector. Junkyard has tons of them.
that is the route I'd take, because these aftermarket replacements are going to cost a lot more than anyone should ever pay for them.


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Looks like simple wire repair solder and heat shrink



with it being so close to the connector, I could understand the want to just completely replace it. (not saying I wouldn't repair the wire with solder in the mean time)




OR you could even just remove the pins, correct the wire damage, and reinsert the pins into the connector.
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Update. The poster rustyaccent his post never helped me out. I am still driving with the check engine light on for 'timing over retarded'. I did replace the 'oil control valve' like KIA recommended, and deleted the code. After 5 miles the 'timing over retarded' code returns. So should I go to the junk yard and cut a "GM connector" and twist the wires together??? Also I wonder why the previous owner cut this wire leading to the oil control valve in the first place. Could it have been malicious?
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You should check continuity from the connector back to the ECU. There should be 12v when the key is in run at the connector and the ECU ground is pin 92 on the M/T and 49 on the A/T.
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Update. The poster rustyaccent his post never helped me out. I am still driving with the check engine light on for 'timing over retarded'. I did replace the 'oil control valve' like KIA recommended, and deleted the code. After 5 miles the 'timing over retarded' code returns. So should I go to the junk yard and cut a "GM connector" and twist the wires together??? Also I wonder why the previous owner cut this wire leading to the oil control valve in the first place. Could it have been malicious?
In my defense--I did technically help you. You asked for a part reference for a replacement OCV wiring harness and I provided you with one option. Subsequent posters provided you with alternative options. You never specifically asked for help with the underlying problem until now (apparently?). I would add that if a new wiring harness didn't solve the problem then a used one ripped from a wreck probably won't either. Red Raspberry gave you a very good suggestion since the problem could be further down the circuit (if that's where the problem is at all).

On your last question, one could only guess why the harness was cut. You could check around the engine bay and look for other wiring repairs, which could suggest a rodent problem. Nevertheless, the "repair" in the original pic you posted was shoddy to say the least.

On a side note, posting the specific DTC(s) as well as some background information/history on your car and the problem would help us to help you.
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I do know a lot about cars, but electrical is not one of them. I'm trying to get back working, so I can pay a mechanic to do the wiring work. I don't know what i'm doing with that.
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