How Can I solve P0320 Ignition problem on Kia?

Does anyone have tips on how to fix this issue? I have a 2005 Kia Sedona with the check engine light on and a non-functioning tachometer. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Your Kia Sedona’s check engine light and broken tachometer could be connected. To figure out what’s wrong, we can read a trouble code. This code acts like a secret message that tells us the issue. You can borrow a code reader from an auto parts store, or they might even check it for free. Once you have the code, you can search online to find out what it means.

A broken Crankshaft Position Sensor, which measures the engine’s rotation, might be the cause of both problems. If you like doing DIY repairs, you can replace this sensor yourself with the help of online videos. But if you’d rather not handle car repairs, a mechanic can diagnose and fix the issue for you.

Before you replace anything, check for any loose or damaged wires around the sensor. And if you’re ever unsure about what’s wrong with your car, it’s always best to get a mechanic’s help.