Question about 2003 Kia Sedona
Temp gauge is reading hot however there isnt the typical steam coming from the engine when it says it is overheating.. and there is no heat coming from heater , blower works
Check your rear coolant lines, These lines always rust and start leaking coolant and thats why your engine over heats and you dont get any heat inside your car. This is a common problem with kia sedona that have rear A/C and Heater. There are two fixes to this problem. The first is to replace the rear heater coolant lines with the updated lines from kia. The second will be bypassing the rear coolant lines with a hose, however the rear heater will not work with this method.
removing the rear coolant lines is not that easy. The lines near the fire wall are really hard to remove. Its also much easier to replace the lines with the car on a hoist.
hope that helpfull
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
You have an air gap, keep filling the rad while the car is running you need to get the air out, fill up the rad and it will bubble and lower keep doing it until it stops, the its full
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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