My Kia Sedona has over 200,000 miles. It recently now has begun to overheat at speeds over 65 or when climbing hills and under strain. The temp guage goes up, but not leaks from radiator, hoses, etc. the thermostat was replaced, but did not resolve problem. It does not overheat at low speeds even in traffic. Power loss is noticiable at higher speeds and on hills which may or may not be related. Could it be the water pump? It has never been replaced. Thought it may be bad catalytic converter, but do not hear any rumbling when engine running, but maybe problem? Car's heater works good and helps keep the temp guage down...but not comfortable in SC in August!
Overheating problem on 2004 Kia Sedona
by Traderrick in Newberry, SC on August 14, 2010
0 answersJune 26, 2014
1 answerJune 30, 2010
0 answersNovember 19, 2010
2 answersDecember 16, 2010
1 answerApril 15, 2011
This week's top 10 answerers
Recent Kia Sedona Questions
- What should I do ? I have taken off the thermostat and replaced the two radiator lines yet the van is still running hot. Van overheats after 10 to 15 min in Street traffic.
- pigtail connections on the side of front coils if one of the wiring is not connecting right does this cause it to misfire. And also my coils and sparkplugs and wiring got changed last week after that it has been stalling so much and it is heating up
- Will a bad A/C control relay cause the A/C to stop getting cold?
- My low beams are not working but high beams are. Also the metal circle where the key goes in the ignition was hot, not sure if it is related or not
- Rear hub bearing"s defect making a real bad bumping sounds trying to find out if the recall on this rear in bearit still in effect