Question about 2006 Kia Sedona
Hello - I have a 2006 Kia Sedona with 44K miles on it and had trouble starting it today. When it did start the EPS off light was stuck on in dash. It had trouble accelerating and when I came to a light it stutterd. When I took off from the light it stalled and continued to have trouble accelerating.. I turned off engine and sat for awhile then restarted it and now it is fine. What do you think could have caused this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Couple of things to try.
1. Check that the battery connections are both clean and tight on the battery.
2. Check water level in the battery is above the plates that you can see in the filler holes.
(Handle the battery with care as the water in the battery has been charged and becone sulphuric acid which will burn your skin. Do not get this in your eyes.)
3. Turn the headlights on then start the vehicle, and if:
a) the lights dim the battery is not connecting properly or faulty, or:
b) the lights stay on full it would the starter motor relay or solenoid (part of the starter motor).
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
Remove the headlight assembly. Just remove the 3 bolts with a 10 mm socket and pull it out so you can disconect the wire harness. After that pull the whole assembly out and unscrew the bulb cover. The bulb is held in with a spring clip.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: 2004 Kia Sedona keeps stalling
Your problem sounds like you have a bad crankshaft position sensor. You will not get a trouble code (check engine light). This will cause the vehicle to suddenly stall. You cannot change the idle on this vehicle, or any FI modern vehicle contrary to a previous post. It is controlled by the engine management computer by way of an idle air control circuit on the throttle body.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
The recommended interval for changing the timing belt is in the owner's manual. Generally, this is every 60,000 miles.
P.S. I found the data on the internet and, it is indeed 60,000 miles.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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