Question about 2003 Kia Sedona
What part should i buy to fix problem
By what the forums say this seems to be a common problem. Before you go replacing stuff, I'd check vac hoses real close, and connections to the throttle body(and see if the throttle place is nice and tight) and IAC, maybe get some contact spray and spray the connections to make sure they are working. The checklist is:
The ECM has detected that the IAC counts are higher or lower then expected, the engine speed is not in its expected range
1 - Vaccum leak on engine
2 - Dirty throttle body
3 - IAC motor defective
4 - Poor electrical connection to te TAC value
Posted on May 14, 2014
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