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My 2004 Kia Sedona keeps dying, and I think it does it when it warms up. I will be driving down the road and then when I start to slow down, it will die on me, then will not start back up. Can you help with suggestions?

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When this type of a problem occurs the computer that controls the electronic engine systems will record a fault code in almost every case, it is likely you have a fault in the ignition system that is causing this stall, there is a test that needs to be run to pull this code from the computers memory, if is called an OBD2 fault code test, Kragen Auto and Autozone parts store will run the OBD2 fault code test for free, they however are NOT qualified to offer a solution, a trained electronic engine control tech needs to do that, once the code is known post it here on Fixya for one of us experts to look at that know these systems.

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