The code reader you used may not be advanced enough to read all codes or to pull stored codes. The CEL may light and then go off (even for problmes much more serious than a loose gas cap). Some codes are still stored. However, some are not. I do not think there is any rhyme or reason to this. Like most things on a Kia, the warning system is unreliable.
DON'T REMEMBER THE SPECIFICS, BUT FOUND 2 KIA SORENTOS WITH MISLABELED WIRING GOING TO THE DLC - HAD TO SWITCH WIRES INTO PINS ON DLC JUST TO MAKE IT COMMUNICATE WITH SCANNER.
Your ''KIA'' dealer,or eBay
Not sure 03 has one.Check with dealer.
Dealer quoted me between $400 and $500.
I have a 2003 Kia Sedona. The light was on, but my code reader would not read the code. So, I brought the car to the dealer who found the gas cap was loose (actually the retaining strap had caught under the cap). I would like to know why my code reader that I bought from Harbor Freight could not read the code (it said error). The reader works fine on America cars and Hyundai's. You bought A CODE READER!!!!! Not a scantool/it's like night and day. If it is a Vehicle manufacturer specific code it will not show on a aftermarket code reader unless you buy the good stuff!
yes they can i dont see why they couldnt but the dealer people would probably call the cops or something
Just had the front brakes and rotors replaced, rear brakes adjusted, 2004 Kia Sedona, $537 at a Kia dealer. You can get it cheaper from a good local mechanic, maybe $350.00 - $400.00.
The 2006 Kia Sedona requires a wiper blade only available at the dealer. When going in to purchase the part, ask for instructions on how to change it. You may also want to consult your owners manual.
Take it back to the dealer. The AC drain is Blocked OR the Heater Core is Leaking.
Go to freightlinertrucks.com. They sell new ones there, but you can use the tool to locate and dealer and I am sure they have used ones for sale at the dealership.
You can not unlock the radio without the code. You can remove the radio and get the serial number from it and call the dealer for the unlock code.
It cost me over $450 at the dealer. This is due to the fact that they must remove the intake manifold to access the back 3 plugs.
They are built with a high density foam and a ratchet assembly is molded into the foam. They can't be fixed without destroying them. Better off just replacing them with one from a scrap yard or a dealer.