Question about 2002 Kia Sedona
Look at the battery cables and especially where they bolt up to the battery. Make sure there is not corrosion on the post and the cable ends. Take a wire brush to the post and end to get it good and shiny. Then make sure the cable end is tight on the battery and hopefully the fixes your problem
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