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  • bos hotte
    bos hotte - 2005 Kia Sportage - Body & Interior - 6/21/2011
    How do i remove the passenger door side panel, i am putting a new door handle on.
  • eetuu
    eetuu - 2002 Kia Sportage - Body & Interior - 6/21/2011
    Turn signals, hazard don't work
    inside vehicle fuses replaced, bulbs fine, main rely replaced, still doesn't work
  • Wade
    Wade - 2005 Kia Sportage - Body & Interior - 6/18/2011
    Why do my brake lights stay on after the vehicle is turned off?
    127,000 plus miles. passenger side brake light and upper tailgate light stay on after I've turned the car off.
    • Jimm
      6/18/2011 Jimm
      May be the brake light switch or brake light relay is faulty.
      7/24/2011 TrishaG
      Thank you it was the break light switch incase anyone else ever askes
  • Hope
    Hope - 2009 Kia Borrego - Body & Interior - 6/14/2011
    Cd player says media error and will not play any cd
    I took to Kia dealer and said warranty was over. so trying to fix myself
    • Spoon Sports
      6/14/2011 Spoon Sports
      If you're ripping from a CD or DVD, wma files should not exceed a bitrate of 192kbits/sec or be lossless. I would also suggest ripping mp3 at 192 rather than 256 or higher; that uses less memory and is quite adequate for in-car listening.

      Some have problems with the USB

      Notes on USB
      Due to constant changes of USB products in the market and their respective Software, it can be possible that some of the USB devices are not compatible with this Head Unit. The following file formats are supported:
      MP3 (MPEG 1 Layer 3) WMA (Windows Media Audio) The files must have the corresponding file extension “.mp3” or “.wma” to be played.

      The total number of files and folders that can be searched is limited to a predefined value. The Maximum number of files is 7999. The Maximum number of folders is 2000. The Maximum number of folders and number of files is 9999. Extra files and folders will be ignored.

      Notes on WMAfiles
      The following WMA files are supported:
       Bit rate: Up to 192 kbit/s
       Sampling frequency: Up to 44.1 kHz
       WMA file names must have the “.wma” extension.
  • Sarah4
    Sarah4 - 2008 Kia Sedona - Body & Interior - 6/10/2011
    How does the dvd volume work?
    Can't get any sound on the dvd.....
  • BigHorn96
    BigHorn96 - 2003 Kia Sedona - Body & Interior - 6/10/2011
    Rear tail light help
    when you take it off there are 2 screws on the hatch side and on the opposite side there are to plastic pieces which the tail light locks into, what are those pieces called and where can you buy them???
  • Canvasman
    Canvasman - 2005 Kia Rio - Body & Interior - 6/6/2011
    The wiper fluid is not working.
    • Jimm
      6/6/2011 Jimm
      Check first to make sure the wiper fluid reservoir is full / has correct level of fluid. Next, have someone turn on the wipers and fluid to determine if you can hear the wiper motor turning (sound). If 'yes', then check the wiper fluid tubes / hoses and nozzles for blockage / dirt. Use compressed air to blow the hoses and nozzles clean - to where you can detect the air passing through each component - from the washer fluid reservoir all the way to the individual nozzles.
      If 'no' wiper fluid pump sound when turned on - then check the fuse and / or washer pump wiring for corrosion, poor connection. Check to 'How-To-Guides tab this page for more detailed instruction.
  • Cookie
    Cookie - 2006 Kia Spectra - Body & Interior - 6/1/2011
    Noise when using remote to lock doors
    my car starting making this weird noise when I use my remote to lock the doors, it sounds like it is coming from the rear door on the passager side. any help would really be appreciated. thanks
    • Jimm
      6/1/2011 Jimm
      Need more information; what kind of noise? is is loud or soft? Is it a thump, or hum, or whistle? Is it low or high pitched? Hard to diagnose a 'wierd' noise without having more details. Try using the 'Diagnose' tab at top of this page.
      6/1/2011 Cookie
      it is hard to explain it sounds like a grinding noise or like a buzzer it is loud, it only makes this noise when I lock the doors with the remote. thanks for replying so fast I appreciate it.

  • Janet
    Janet - 2002 Kia Sedona - Body & Interior - 5/31/2011
    The siding door fell off. It has 2 little pins that hold it on the siding rail and one broke off.
    The bar the pins are attached to is welded, so if it must be replaced the "actual" door would need to be opened up. Is the bar inside the door held on with a bolt? or is it also welded? Can we order this small unit? or does the whole door need to be replaced?
    0 answer
  • Kem
    Kem - 2005 Kia Sedona - Body & Interior - 5/31/2011
    Power locks do not work
    power lock does not work (drivers side only)
    0 answer
  • Kem
    Kem - 2005 Kia Sedona - Body & Interior - 5/31/2011
    Power door lock doesn't work
    power door stopped opening, now when it goes to lock it makes a grinding noise. driver's side only, passenger side works just fine.
    0 answer
  • Tron
    Tron - 2000 Kia Sephia - Body & Interior - 5/13/2011
    Interior Light Rheostat burnt.
    mileage 170,000 KM, it happens when car is running (driving )and warmed up .noticed it on left side of front dash,smoke from the interior light rheostat so bad had to get out of car till it cooled off.,which when pulled out ,the plastic was melting it was so hot ...
    • Tron
      5/13/2011 Tron
      Is there an answer for this question ??????
  • Terry Hinton
    • yboy82
      4/28/2011 yboy82
      Did you already explore the TSB below?

      2005 Kia Sedona Equipment Service Bulletin 273881
      NHTSA: Action Number: 10015247 Service Bulletin Number: 273881

      Report Date:
      Apr 01, 2005Component:

      Summary: Air conditioning (a/c) diagnosis and performance testing. *tt
    • Spoon Sports
      4/28/2011 Spoon Sports
      Well, you are lacking freeon and you are leacing freeon because you have a small leak, or probably you need to get your AC system cleaned, or you have to replace the filters and the expansion hose, i mean, lots of probabilities, you will end up in the shop anyway so bring to an AC mechanic so you can get a better diagnosis
  • fix it
    fix it - 2006 Kia Sorento - Body & Interior - 4/19/2011
    My dome light do not go on .but rear one does.When i open the door.
    there are three buton on dome (on-door-off )I keep it on door 'but it do not turn on
    • Nissan Technical Advisor
      Need to remove the switch to get it check and tested for continuity and resistance. There may be an open or short in the wiring circuit or the switch ahs failed.
  • Tim
    Tim - 2002 Kia Sedona - Body & Interior - 4/11/2011
    How do i adjust headlights
    • Nissan Technical Advisor
      Here it is.

      When headlights are replaced or any time front-end work is performed on the vehicle, the headlights should be aimed using the proper equipment. Headlights not properly aimed can make it virtually impossible to see and may blind other drivers on the road, causing injury or death.

      Park the vehicle on a level-surface, with the fuel tank about 1/2 full and with the vehicle empty of all extra cargo (unless normally carried)
      The vehicle should be facing a wall that is no less than six feet (1.8m) high and 12 feet (3.7m) wide
      The front of the vehicle should be about 25 feet from the wall
      If aiming is to be performed outdoors, wait until dusk to properly see the headlight beams on the wall
      If done in a garage, darken the area around the wall as much as possible by closing shades or hanging cloth over windows
      Turn the headlights ON.
      Mark the wall at the center of each light's low beam.
      Turn on the high beams and mark the center of each headlight's high beam.
      A short length of masking tape that is visible from the front of the vehicle may be used.

      NOTE: Although marking all four positions is advisable, marking one position from each light should be sufficient.

      Perform the necessary repairs.
      Turn the headlights ON.
      Adjust the beams to match the marks on the wall.