Last post on Oct 19, 2013 at 5:54 PM
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Kia Sedona, Brakes, Van
#208 of 210 Re: 2010 Sedona - Clicking Sound When Brake is Applied [smockb]
Jun 18, 2012 (1:44 pm)
We are at about 43K too (we also have a 2010 Kia Sedona) and I posted about this clunking a while ago. It's exactly as you described. We took it to the dealer (where we bought it) but they said they couldn't hear the sound. It is definitely a CLUNK... and that is a perfect word but I also described it as a knocking sound... and it only occurs when I am slowing down or about to move again....at least that is when I notice it the most. It's been happening more and more and it really makes me nuts too!!! Anyone else having this problem?? We can't be the only ones!!
#209 of 210 Re: 2010 Sedona - Clicking Sound When Brake is Applied [johnwtilford]
Jul 24, 2013 (6:21 pm)
I jsut bought an 1995 acura integra LS and found out that my rotors and pads were completely shocked. The dealer wanted to charge me $500 for all 4 rotors and pads.
I came across areion brakes ....have any of you heard of them?
They shipped me the exact rotors and pads for $212 all in. Have you ever heard of them?
#210 of 210 Kia brake problems
Oct 19, 2013 (5:54 pm)
I have been a race car driver for 20 years and it seems to me the brakes on my 06 Sedona will start to apply by them selves without touching the brake pedal. After a few miles I will start to feel a vibration like a warped rotor then the vecicle will start to slow down and I need to increase the speed. If I stop the brakes will lock and I need a lot of accelleration to unstick them. Then will get very hot. Sometime on long trip I have to stop and let them cool down and I can smell the hot brake pads. It seems maybe there is something wrong with the ABS or the ESPE causing the brakes to apply by them selves. I have done the usual rotor and pads replacement and lubricated the sliding surfaces with no help. Maybe the solution would be to take the fuse out of the ABS circuit but this may not be a safe solution. I am affraid this problem could cause an accident and should be reported to the DOT or whoever does recalls.