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My Kia Sedona van will quit while running unless it sits overnight, then it will fire right up until it is shut off again and then it will not start??? any ideas??

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Its probably a fuel problem i would start with the fuel filter thats the easiest part to rule out first. The best thing to do is hook up a fuel pressure gage to the check valve on your fuel rail to see if you are loseing fuel pressure. If you can not do that you can just start with the fuel filter see if that solves your problem.

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