Question about 2002 Kia Sedona
If there is a housing held with three nuts ,that is where it will be if not there it will be in the top hose end engine side.
Posted on Dec 12, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kia sedona 2002 error code P0118
P0118- (ETC) Engine Coolant Tempature sending unit, high input. Your ETC is either faulty or has a poor wiring problem. Thank you for using fixya.com
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
No it not at that housing, Its under the car kinda. If you remove the heat sheild for the exhaust manifold you will be able to see the top of the housing. It connects to the bottom of the water pump housing then to a metal pipe that goes under the oil pan to the lower radiator hose. You will be able to remove the two 8mm headed bolts from the top, then unbolt the stud that holding the metal pipe under the oil pan and then you can get to the t-stat. Lots of work in tight spaces but it is possible to do with out pulling the exhaust manifold or the water pump housing!
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
It is mounted on the tail end of the transmission. It has two wires coming out of it typically.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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The thermostat is under the alternator.
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Remove negative battery cable from battery. Remove positive cable from alternator and disconnect harness plug from alternator.
Remove accessory belt noting how it is installed for later reinstallation.
Remove engine lifting hook in front of alternator.
Remove (3) bolts holding alternator on.
Drain coolant from radiator (may want to start this as first step as it takes a while). Loosen pressure cap to aid in system draindown.
Remove radiator hose from thermostat housing.
Remove two bolts from housing and remove from engine.
Reinstall is reverse keeping in mind the following:
Cleanliness counts where thermostat housing seals to engine.
Thermostat spring should point into engine.
If the thermostat has a bleed port, it should go to the 12 o'clock position (up).
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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