Question about 2006 Kia Sedona
Went in to my Kia dealer for oil change was told timing cover leaking pretty bad what does it take to repair leak and normal cost
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi terry, When you say sump cover, do you mean the sump itself or the plastic surrounding attatched to the car's body?
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
I never heard such a thing ,first of all get under your vehicle and see if you can tell where the leak is coming from,A oil filter has a rubber gasket when applied with a thin coat of motor oil will seal itself ,you must tighten the filter on the spindle until it is snug fit(not over tighten) make sure your using manufacture suggested size and fit for your year vehicle.You may also want to check the oil drain plug it may have stripped threads and it could easily be your problem or the gasket around your oil pan could be bad. last but not least check for double gasketing it is when the o ring gasket of the old oil filter is still sealed on the oil housing area this would easily cause leakage.I hope i covered all your possibilities and please give me a 4 thumbs up if i was a help for you
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
your rear cooler lines are leaking-they rust out(very common)the cooler lines are sold as a kit-include both going to rear-youll have to call around for quotes-when i worked at a kia dealer the repair was around $400-$600
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
SOURCE: My 2006 Kia Sedona air
No, it is not necessary to take your vehicle to the dealer for service and repair of your airbag/Passive Restraint system. Although I will say that if there are any parts required to repair the system, they will have to come from the dealer because the aftermarket simply does not handle parts for the restraint systems on almost all cars - especially a Kia. Check with your favorite shop. They may be willing to tackle this task if their scanners are equipped with the correct software to diagnose your restraint system. Some aftermarket shops will not mess with an airbag system at all. For instance, If you brought it to my shop I would handle it for you, but the shop down the street from me usually refers their airbag problems to my shop.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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