Question about 2004 Kia Sedona
Changed fuel pump tune up , knock sensor fuel temp sensor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 Kia Sedona keeps stalling
Your problem sounds like you have a bad crankshaft position sensor. You will not get a trouble code (check engine light). This will cause the vehicle to suddenly stall. You cannot change the idle on this vehicle, or any FI modern vehicle contrary to a previous post. It is controlled by the engine management computer by way of an idle air control circuit on the throttle body.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 kia sedona 6 cyl won't start. No power to the fuel pump & NO spark at coils. Already checked fuses, computer, relays, main fuse, camshaff position sensor. Please help. Don't know what els
check the crank sensor
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
start of at the gas tank look under neath there are some black lines running towards the engine follow it to a small gold color that ataches to the line you are following that is the filter the pump is in the gas tank you need to drop the straps at the tank to bring it down
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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P0431 Warm up catalytic converter, bank 2 - efficiency below threshold
Possible causes: Catalytic converter, wiring, HO2S 2
increased HC emissions--no effect on engine performance unless caused by rich mixture.
To repair: Usually caused by worn out converter, but first verify fuel pressure regulator is not leaking fuel into it's vacuum port and that fuel pressure at the fuel rail is not above specification.
The car will run fine and there are no safety issues; however, before driving over anything that could ignite (for example, grass), make sure the catalytic converter is not glowing red.
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