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Probably the best thing for you is to slip off the Serpetine belt and check each pulley for roughness when you turn them. You will have bearings in the Alternator, water pump, and power steering as well as the A/C.
I will save you some effort by referring to your Warranty. You have bearings in the Crankshaft, Camshaft, and piston Rods. With your 10 year/ 100,000 mile Engine Warranty they may have to diagnose what is wrong to eliminate their responsibility.
Also I am not educated about the extent of a KIA warranty, whether it is for a short-block, long-block, or how much covers bolt-on components.
The timing belt of the car is to be changed after it has run 60000 miles. Try to change it once it is approaching the 60000 miles, if not it might damage the entire engine and it will cost You a lot more to replace the engine than replacing just the timing belt.
If You need the steps to replace the timing belt, You can call back for more assistance. I will be so glad to be of assistance to You once again.
I got stuck paying dealer for new crank pulley not harmonic balancer as mechanic said. I am driving as little as possible until part comes in and can br put on. Hopefully, I will not damage the crank shaft or throw a belt.
Relax, there's still plenty of time. You could go 6 years and 70000 miles with only a slightly greater chance of failure, there's plenty of over-engineering. But, if you're still under warranty and want to keep it, then change it at 59999.
your vehicle has a known steering problem.
Make / Models : Model/Build Years: KIA / SEDONA 2002-2005
Service Bulletin Number :
NHTSA Item Number :
Summary Description :
KIA: INCREASED STEERING EFFORT. IN AREAS WHERE HEAVY ROAD SALT USE OCCURS, INCREASED STEERING EFFORT AND NOISE (FROM STEERING INTERMEDIATE SHAFT) FOR SOME SEDONA. *PE
many vans have rear heater cores for added passenger comfort, so this is not unusual, it is very possiable either the hoses or there connections to the rear eater core are leaking or the heater core itself is leaking.