Question about Kia Sedona
Already changed the starter, new battery, and replaced the crankshaft sensor (that code was coming up on a diagnostics reader). On a Kia website the anti theft module was recalled but I bought my car used so I don't know if it was ever taken care of.
The anti-theft function is part of programing in the ECU. there is no external module. The ignition switch is not reading the key. Do not hang a bunch of trinkets and keys from your key ring. 2 keys at the most. See if the dealer can make you a new key. You may have to replace the ignition switch as well. Perform OBDII scan for anti-theft codes.
Posted on May 20, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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