Question about 2004 Kia Sedona
Fog horn/hum sound in right rear area
It could possibly be your rear brakes hanging up (not releasing). Not alot to go on, but to check the brakes wouldn't be too hard, and I'd compare both sides, to see if the right is wearing quicker than the left. That could indicate a brake problem. It also could be the brake wear indicator on that wheel, which when the brakes wear to a point that they will soon need to be replaced, the wear indicator makes contact w/ the drum/rotor, as a warning to have them checked. They can make quite a loud annoying sound like u describe. .So have the brakes on that wheel checked, I think that is your problem. countrycurt0
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
Believe it or not, this has to do with the AC / Heater in the rear of the van. I had the exact same issue. There is a valve that is sticking between open and closed. It is used to route the air from either the heat vents or the AC vents. They come out in the same please but they take different routes to get there. Again, this happened to my 04 Kia Sedona.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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