2006 Kia Sedona Questions
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Blinker and flashers work,but no running light or brake lights
136000 thousand miles do I change spark plugs 2006 kiasedona
First side door snapped a couple years ago, Kia wanted over $1000 to replace. Now the other doors cable just snapped. Is there another option to fix this wire cable. Can only open the door half way.
It is for a 2006 kia grand carnival.it is knocking on the start about 2 to 5 seconds..
So i couldnt afford to pay the mechanic because all they mention is to rebuilt the engine but the engine is running well, only the knocking on start up after every half an hour.where do I start from until the job is done please. I fixed my own but Im still need some hints and some help please
It happened today, only one day after an oil change.
My son stuck a screwdriver into the ignition tumbler breaking it. I can not put the key all the way in. Wanting to figure out the proceedure behind installing a new module and tumbler with key included
The rear hatch door will start closing on its on and sometimes it will start opening and shutting constantly. It is dangerous because it hits us in the head and will push smaller people down.
I brought this van used from a repair shop I did a have check engine light and replaced senor that was not working and the light remais on but I read that if you disconnect the battery for 30 seconds the light should stay off. My dash board lights have never come on yet. lol Is this a repairable item or do have to replace the Dash Assembly?
When battery is unhooked the key will go to lock position and can be removed. When battery is reconnected key can not be removed and is stuck in the accessory position. Do you have any idea what the cause may be?
We had disabled the automatic door opening feature last year. Now the door wont open manually. What should I look for.
I had service garage recharge my A/C 200 miles from home. 60 miles from home the A/C quit and the engine overheated. Once cool I removed the radiator cap and saw no water is moving across the radiator. I towed it home, removed the thermostat and saw water moving across the radiator. Thank God there were no bubbles in the water and my oil is old and dark. I think the water pump is working. The fans can work with direct power, but do not with normal connections. The relay connection next to the power supply on the Fan Controller (25385-4D0900) was corroded. I cleaned it. the connector on top of the compressor was found lose and rubbed in half on the Compressor pulley.
1st- I need to find where in the wire harness the power stops to the cooling fans. Is there a way to physically check the fan controller with a meter? Is there a way to check the in-line relays?
2nd what do I do to check the connector of the a/c compressor?
3rd -After the cooling fans are running, what should I check first on the A/C issue?
had my car in the shop and was told the single black wire that connects to the module was burned out that is why the air comes on and off but was told only Kia would have the part cannot locate this by looking on line.
slinging grease out of driver side boot and passenger side