Question about 2004 Kia Sedona
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try not to fill up the tank while the car is running. maybe there is a bad seal on the gas cap now. i would simply reccomend taking it to the nearest advanced auto part, autozone, jiffy lube...anything of that matter and get them to read the code for you[they should do it for free]. Make sure to write it down, come back here and let me know what it said. its probably not a big deal
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
There is no onboard programming procedure for this vehicle. This vehicle requires special equipment be connected to the vehicle to program the keyless remote, u will need t have the dealer do this procedure..
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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Unfortunately, there is no easy way - the upper intake (surge tank) has to come off in order to access the plug wires and plugs.
1. Detach the P.C.V. hose and brake booster vacuum hose.
2. Disconnect the connecting part of vacuum hose.
3. Remove the surge tank stay.
4. After reducing the pressure of fuel pipe line to prevent fuel overflow, disconnect the connecting part of the high pressure hose.
5. Remove the surge tank stay.
Once this is off, then remove ignition coils and spark plug wires. At that point, you can access and remove the spark plugs:
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF SPARK PLUG CABLE
Improper arrangement of spark plug cables will induce flashover between the cables, causing misfiring and surging at acceleration in high-speed operations.
Disconnect the spark plug cable from the spark plug. Pull on the spark plug cable boot when removing the spark plug cable, not the cable, as it may be damaged.
2. Using the spark plug wrench, remove all of the spark plugs from the cylinder head.Take care not to allow contaminants to enter through the spark plug holes.
3. Check spark plugs for the following:
(1) Broken insulator
(2) Worn electrode
(3) Carbon deposits
(4) Damaged or broken gasket
(5) Condition of the porcelain insulator at the tip of the spark plug
4. Check the spark plug gap using a wire gap gauge, and adjust if necessary.
Standard valueSpark plug gap : 1.0 - 1.1 mm (0.039 - 0.043 in.)
5. Re-insert the spark plug and tighten to the specified torque. If it is overtorqued, damage to the threaded portion of cylinder head may result.
Tightening torqueSpark plug : 20 - 30 N·m (200 - 300 kg·cm, 15-22 lb·ft)
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Posted on Dec 01, 2010
The first thing to check in this case would be the bulb itself. Remove the 13 plastic body screws retaining the the black plastic shroud at the front of the engine compartment. Next, remove the 2 10mm bolts retaining the lamp assembly. Gently work the assembly loose and pull it away from the vehicle; make sure to keep the assembly supported if you don't disconnect all of the wiring harnesses attached to it. Squeeze the clamp on the wiring harness to the turn signal bulb and remove the harness. Turn the socket assembly to remove the socket and bulb. Gently twist and remove the bulb. You should be able to see if the wire filaments are still continuous.
If the bulb is good, look at the inside of the socket. There is a little copper strip that runs down the side. If it is not sticking out making a " V " shape where the point would touch the side of the bulb, that's generally gonna be the problem. The point of the "V" completes the ground circuit for the bulb. Using a paper clip with a small hook, a precision screwdriver, or something else thin that can give you leverage, GENTLY pull at the strip until it comes out enough to make a good contact. You could also get a replacement socket from the dealership. Ask about rate of failure on this part and other things that would bring about images of recalls, maybe you'll get it free but probably not.
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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