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I would need more information to give you a good answer. I need to know how long will it stay running a few seconds an hour what is it. I had a 2000 blazer that would start fine everyday and i would 10 minutes and it died sometimes i drove an hour and it died. I parked it and everytime i started it would run about 10-15 minutes and die. after it would die i would check fuel pressure which was good and spark. Well turns out there's no spark so i changed coil ,plugs, wires, rotor. I finally changed the crankshaft positioning sensor and that tuned out to be the problem so good luck.
2004 f250 6.0 diesel trapped in extreme cold temps -30 plugged truck in put anti gel in added 10 more gallons of fuel. Truck will start run a few minutes and die. will not restart immediately but if wait 20 or 30 minutes it will start run few minutes and die again. Tried repeating process many times same result. Batteries now dead charging now. Can you help need truck to help others with groceries and medical needs.
The symptoms you describe sound familiar. Something is killing your new battery and the problem may indicate a need for consulting a competent Kia dealer. The erratic instrumentation is due to low voltage on the bus that feeds it. That, along with the clicking noise, are signs of a dying battery. The dealer may have a factory service bulletin (FSB) that fixes this.
Sounds like your ignition coil is going bad. I believe you can have those checked for free at your local auto parts store. When they start to go bad they will fail on you when they get hot but once they cool down they are good to go again. Let me know if you have any other questions. Thank for rating my response and for using FixYa!