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IS THERE WHITE SMOKE COMING OUT OF TAIL PIPE?? IF NOT THEN YOU MAY WANT TO TRY AND REPLACE YOUR THERMOSTAT FIRST. AND GO FROM THERE

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SOURCE: My 2005 Kia Sorento climate control (heating)

YES AND IF YOUR LOSING COOLANT YOU DO HAVE A LEAK. CHECK TO MAKE SURE YOUR BLEND DOOR IS CLOSING ALL THE WAY AND BOTH HEATER CORE WATER HOSES ARE AT THE SAME TEMP. HOT. IF ONE IS HOTTER THEN THE OTHER ONE YOU DONT HAVE FLOW THREW HEATER CORE. FLUSH IT IT SHOULD HELP.YOU DO HAVE A CABIN AIR FILTER ON THIS VEH TO.

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SOURCE: 2005 kia sedona engine coolant sensor

It is located at the engine thermostat housing which is under the cover that the upper radiator hose connects to.

Posted on Jul 26, 2012

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My 2005 Kia Sorento climate control (heating) appears to have lost a lot of its heating ability. I've checked the coolant and it may need topping up. Could this be the problem?


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