Question about 2003 Kia Sorento
I'm not real familiar with the Kia but it will either be located at the front of the engine behind the fan pulley where the crank is located, or it will be at the back of the engine in reference to the crank. This does go out quit often and if yours is located at the front of the engine, it is usually more trouble to change or get to. Vehicles that I have changed them on usually run about $50-$65 but are fairly easy to replace by someone at home. Good Luck
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