Question about 2002 Kia Sedona
I have a 2003 sedona, the owner states that at all times when he goes to fill up - it takes him 15 min to fill. Nothing is splashing back out, but it does seem to keep cutting out the over-fill on the pumps. He has tried changing angles with no effect. I have heard of this in other models, but I want to know if anyone has een it in a sedona and what if any was the remedy
We had the same issue with our 2002 KIA Sedona. A filter that snaps onto the side of the fuel vent canister (A plastic tank located just in front of the fuel tank) may be plugged. I replaced it for about $25.00. It's a tough job, only because the KIA is so close to the ground.
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Posted on Mar 05, 2009
I have seen this in isolated cases at KIA , there was no TSB but the info was at the KIA site for techs , i believe it had to do with what was called the RORV , (roll over valve) , if i recall the fix was to drop the tank and replace this valve , it was in isolated cases .
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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