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Not sure what engine you have so this is for a 2.2 - Engine coolant fan should come on at low speed when engine temperature is 223 degrees or A/C high side pressure is 190 PSI. - High speed fan should operate at 230 degrees or 240 PSI on the A/C high pressure. Radiator cap has to hold good pressure and be on the system when testing or coolant will spit out of the filler neck. The best way to test is to have a scanner hooked into the computer system and read the actual temperature that the coolant sensor is giving the PCM
If windows work at the individual doors but not from the master switch most likely, with out testing power and grounds at the switch, it's the master switch.
Have the check engine light diagnosed. Sometimes depending on the system that has the issue the VSC and Track lights will come on also. When the vehicle is repaired for the check engine light most of the time the VSC and track light will go off also.
Could be a shorted bus line to any of the control modules... instrument panel, PCM, BCM, Auto A/C control, radio and so on. If it has been sitting for a while I would look for rodent damage to the wiring, mainly under the hood. I don't know if your area has a rodent problem like ours does. If you don't see any damage the system will need to be diagnosed.
Fuel filter is part of the fuel pump assembly that is located in the fuel tank that is accessible by removing the rear lower seat cushion. That is an expensive guess. I suggest having it diagnosed by a good shop. Interments are hard to find with out the proper equipment.
Make sure the electric condenser / radiator fan is coming on.
Check for a vacuum leak.
Basically when you put your key in the ignition and turn it it tells the theft module that it is the right key and it is ok to start. If the theft module does not get the correct signal it will think the vehicle is being stolen and will not start. First thing to make sure is... did you try a spare key you have. I'm sure the repair shop already asked you about this but sometimes the key just goes bad.
Most likely a brake caliper hanging up and keeping the brake applied. Depending on how hot it got, and it sounds like it got hot, we would recommend calipers, hoses, pads, and possibly rotors.
This system has a fly by wire throttle system and the Kia's do have some issues with them. Take it back to who repaired the accelerator pedal sensor and I'm sure they'll retest it. It may be another part in the system or you may have just got a bad sensor, it happens.