2004 Kia Sedona Q&A
2004 Kia Sedona Question: Kia 2004 Sedona misfire codes
Our Kia sedona has a little over 90k miles. I am getting the p0300 random code along with the p0301,3 & 5 codes, all these cylinders are on the same side correct? I have yet to see any codes to do with cylinders 2,4 or 6. I've recently had the plugs, wires & timing belt replaced. I also have taken a new ignition coil and moved it to all 3 locations with no change in codes. Engine has a very rough idle but performs well after rpms come up. My local shop has no clue and I've read some bad reviews of Kia service centers so I'm hesitant to park it at the dealership for hundreds of dollars and no results. Any help / ideas would be appreciated, thanks. - Visitor
Did this problem start immediately after the timing belt was replaced? If so, the camshaft on bank number 1 could be out of time. - Jim Taddei
An engine misfire may develop due to a failed ignition coil. Our technicians tell us one ...
It had code p0122 and code p0301.I changed the throttle positioning sensor but i still got the same codes.What other problems could cause this iam stumped