Question about 2004 Kia Sorento
Dealer says 100,000 mile warranty will be worthless if engine damage occurs due to a broken timing belt. I guess I should have had this replaced at 40,000 miles. The car is at 65,000 miles and I have scheduled this work to be done next week. Is this really necessary? Is $599.00 the going rate for this part and labor?
Its at dealer cost if they dont do the work i think it voids the warranty...if you go to a private shop you should be able to get it done much cheaper.but may void the warranty if hey say they have to do the work
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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