Question about 2004 Kia Sedona
Car at stop light, lights started dimming and car started to **** a little. then i noticed that the speedometer meter wasn't moving. got to work put in park car cut off.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Have your check engine light scanned. Autozone will do it for free. Even if the engine light isn't actively on, it will tell you which codes have been triggered since the last clearing. Following your description, I would suspect damage to your exhaust is damaged. Most likely it is your catalytic converter. They are somewhat fragile due to their design and if you had it high centered on it, the honeycomb may have broken inside it. Just a guess, I'd say a replacement would cost you around $300-$500 installed.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Have the charging system rechecked. It sound an AWFUL lot like an alternator not charging the battery to me.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
have check to see if your maf sensor might be dirty this sensor is located in the air intake it has two screws that hold it in place (make sure you scratch a little indentation to see which way it went )take it off wash it in alcohol scrub in the little window that holds the element with a cutip not to hard then let it dry off and put it back on your car this will help you for a while them you will have to eiter do it again or buy a new one
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Most likely you had a major malfunction internally. There shouldn't be any steam coming from the oil cap. It sounds like you had a head gasket fail or your block cracked, for it to happen as fast as it did I think you have something major wrong. Check your oil again and see if it has a milky color to it. If water has been introduced to it you will see it. Also if the oil is suddenly higher than the full mark then you can estimate how much water is in the oil. Any huge change will mean you probaby have the cracked block, if it's a head gasket you might not see much of a change in oil, but you will need to have it repaired before it will run.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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