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Spark plugs I have a 2002 Sedona I can see the front three but not the back three. And will I have to have any thing besides spark plugs.

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  • doncin Nov 15, 2008

    I did the same , got the dealer to change my spark plugs and they told me that my manifold had to be taken off ,,,,$400.00 later the van still does not work properly. It stalls at stop lights and rives up so high that I have to press very ******* the brake to hold it, then it stalls. It has been taken back and the dealer does not know what the problem is. Be careful on who does your work.

  • doncin Nov 15, 2008

    I have a 2002 Sedona that keeps stalling, even when driving downtown. The service light is always on, and when I stop at a red light the engine rives up very high and then the engine stalls. I had the spark plugs changed and have had the vehicle to several dealers to get this problem fixed. Some say it is due to the seal around the manifold was not replaced and taking in to much air, others have no idea, even the Kia dealership. Please help.

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If you want to see the three spark plugs on the back you have to lift your car and put on jack stand and follow the spark plugs wire under your engine. You have ignition coil set beside spark plugs for spare.

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