Question about 2004 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 I WAS DRIVING TO WORK AND MY CAR STOPPED ... I WAITED FOR A WHILE AND THEN TURNED IT BACK ON AND IT CAME BACK ON BUT THEN AFTER A WHILE STOPPED AGAIN ... THE TEMP GAUGE WAS READING (HOT). DOES ANY ONE KNOW WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM AS IT WASN'T STEAMING OR ANY THING AND I CHECKED THE COOLANT THERE WAS ENOUGH ....
This Problem is Usually Caused by a Malfuntioning Thermostat. Change the Thermostat and let me know what you get. Please Rate My Solution, I Need all the Help That I can get! Thanks!
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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