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2002 kia sedona wont start

My fuel pump isn't working and i'm getting no spark. Kia said that if the crankshaft position sensor is not working, it would shutdown the engine by disabling fuel and spark. Could this be right?

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  • jasonearlsmi May 20, 2009

    I have enough knoledge that i know i dont want to chage it myself. Kia will do it for a reasonable price.( $200 for the part, and $120 or so for labour)

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Yes, definitely. If you have some mechanical knowledge you should be able to change it yourself. If not, your Kia people should be able to do it at a very reasonable price.( less than £100)

Posted on May 20, 2009

  • Derek Bannister
    Derek Bannister May 21, 2009

    That sounds rather expensive to me. Can one of your local auto shops do it cheaper?

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