Question about Kia Sorento
What is your temperature at while you are driving? If it is pretty low, then I would suspect an over cooling problem - which tends to be a stuck open thermostat. In this case, your coolant will continue to cycle and not heat up to normal operating temp. If you can't get this repaired right away, you could try putting cardboard in front of the radiator. That would stop some of the cold air from cooling off the coolant while driving.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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