Question about 2004 Kia Sedona
I dont know how to work the sound and i just got it
Do you have a display monitor or a regular type of radio? I didn't see any recalls out that would effect the radio volume. If it is a regular type of radio it should have a regular volume knob. If the radio is aftermarket, which means it was put in after the factory radio, it could be any type of knob or button. If it is a factory display monitor you need to get to the home screen and select the radio option where you should see the volume. Sometimes with any radio that lets you plug in a smartphone or mp3 player the problem is that you haven't pushed the plug into the phone jack all the way. I see this all the time these days. The plug is usually pushed into the radio all the way but not the phone. Also if the radio is equiped to play plug in media like songs from an iphone, you may want to try and plug a cable in and out of the radio jack a couple times if you haven't already. Your question was brief and with a better discription I could be more useful. I hope this helps.
Oh by the way there are 5 recalls on your type of vehicle. That doesn't mean that your vehicle falls under the recall but it is worth calling a dealership and giving them your Vehicle Identification Number or VIN to check. You can also stop by a dealer and they can check it out. It's free so i would do it for sure.
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is located on the drivers side underneath the van. you have to remove it from the underside of the car. you will need a 17 millimeter socket or wrench. Remove the ground cable before attempting to remove the starter.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
yap cheak your clocksprng or go to www.vehix411.com if thair is a way to diagnose or reset it without a computer they will have free video instructions
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
I assume by now you have this problem fixed, but if not, or for the benefit of others looking for help, try replacing the coil on the #5 cyl as well as the injector. Ours did same thing, except fault code was on #2 cyl, so I got the parts from local parts store for about $150 total, and completed the repairs myself on my wife's 2003 Sedona. Now i can start on the rear heater issues, the knocking sound coming from the LF tire area while in motion, and replacing all brake pads. 92,000 on the odo. I'll spend the extra $ and go with the Honda Odyssey next time.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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