Try getting a new Starter, however, since KIAs are a piece od S*** (I have one with the same problem, that nobody seems to know how to fix) Try getting in touch with a Kia dealer, even though it is going to be very expensive (~$500) as compared to a regular mechanic. Good luck, as I will need it too.
i would try the crankshaft position sensor. it is a frequent problem on Kia and would cause your symptoms. part cost is around $50 not including labor.
I had the same problem with my 2001 Sportage. I even replaced the crankshaft position Sensor ($72) which was a pain to get to. I finally took it to a shop and paid $85 for them to put on a computer. They told me the ECU was bad. The Electronic Control Unit... the brain box. Also the shop told me it was covered under warranty (under some federal recall thing). I called my local Kia dealer and they confirmed. The Kia dealer covered the ECU and towing! Now it runs perfect! Pay a few bucks to get it on a computer... and don't spend all your money replacing this & that.
Have u tryed puting in new spark plugs in that's what was wrong with my girlfriends car.
Dont' forget to check the simple things first. As with any other car, your starter can turn over the engine but if you don't have air, gas and spark your car will not work.
Before anything else, you need to rule out the basics.
My answer after a month of not starting: The Timing Key. Then it fired right up!
No. It will cause it to not start but it will still turn over.
we checked the fuel pump and its good???
A bad cam or crank sensor can cause a no start, but the engine will still crank or turn over.
engine have spark and fuel pressure and still will not start
If the engine was severely overheated, yes that can cause engine failure.If the engine was severely overheated, yes that can cause engine failure.
First off you should not start the engine if the oil is low in the first place. Secondly, why not just top the oil off so you know it is not low and then see if it will start. If it still will not start then you know low of oil was not the cause.
Sure it will start with a blown head gasket. But, if you continue to run this engine with a blown head gasket you will destroy the engine.
Because the ignition switch is defective. If not, then you may be be "dieseling" - meaning run on of the engine - that is BAD and you have to find out why it is doing that - usually something is misadjusted in the engine's carburetor or fuel injection system (usually a mechanical control)
your car should still start, regardless of the alarm It depends on the alarm, some can cause a no start.
Yes, but there may not be enough power to start the engine.
you are still pouring oil into it---stop!
You may have overheated the engine or seized it.