Question about 2002 Kia Sedona
Smells like burnt antifreeze and there is no heat ,but its not overheating yet? Anyone know how to do this or how much it would cost to have it done?
Your heater core has gone out, thats why there is no heat and thats from leakage of antifreeze. Usually when you can smell burnt antifreeze it usually points to a blown head gasket or cracked head, smell your exhaust and if you smell antifreeze theres your culprit
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