Question about 2003 Kia Sedona
My van stalls while driving - sometimesit wont start and then after a minute it will and be fine- it threw a code one time saying it was the mass air fow sensor- we got new one and still have same problem- my neighbor ran code again it says low voltage- dont know what to do
Check your voltage regulator, Where if faulty / going bad but not totally gone yet.
When first starting and driving initially it can operate fine and distribute current properly and give no indication of a problem.
But after periods of operational flow regulation can start showing faults when heated and loads of regulating power to various circuits take it to task.
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