Last post on Aug 05, 2013 at 10:05 AM
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#77 of 86 Re: Front Engine Noises? [zepphner]
Aug 17, 2010 (5:04 pm)
I'm currently having the same problem. I have an 04 Sedona, and there is some clicking or thumping noise on the front passenger side. It gets faster as I accelerate. I recently had my tires rotated, but I don't know if that did anything. I've driven ~2000 miles since having the tires rotated, but have only noticed the problem in the past 500 miles or less. Unfortunately my van is not under warranty. (~150,000 miles) please let me know what they say was the problem so that I can move forward with my issue with some type of knowledge. Thanx!
#78 of 86 Re: Front Engine Noises? [kttssl]
Aug 18, 2010 (2:53 pm)
Do not drive the vehicle until you have the front coupling or universal checked that connects drivetrain from transmission to both front axeles.You probably need new boots to cover the "knuckle".Not really a tremendous expense,get it done before you have to pay a wrecker for transport,A good tranny repair,auto dealer,even a mienike shop can do it .My guess parts (2 universals 2 boots ,and labor 2hrs) 385 bucks,tell me how you make out,shalome vince17
#79 of 86 Re: 2005 Sedona creaking noise [john414]
Dec 13, 2010 (6:46 am)
Did you ever get this addressed? I bought a used 05 Sedona 6 months ago. I am having this same issue. Creaking sound from front right when shifting into R from P and from R to D.
#80 of 86 2010 Sedona - Clicking Sound When Brake is Applied
Dec 27, 2010 (5:36 pm)
When pressing the brake pedal in our 2010 Sedona when the vehicle is in Park, Drive or Neutral, a clicking sound is coming from the area under/around the gear shifter. When in Drive, the clicking sound only occurs when the vehicle is stopped or when the vehicle slows to a near stop (i.e. when coming to stop for a traffic signal/stop sign, etc.). The clicking sound does not occur when the vehicle is in Reverse (and the brakes are applied). Has anyone experienced this issue with a Sedona? If so, what was the resolution/cause? Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks.
#81 of 86 Re: 2010 Sedona - Clicking Sound When Brake is Applied [toonces1]
Feb 25, 2011 (9:56 am)
I had the same question and asked a mechanic. When you depress the brake or lift off the brake, a switch or something activates in the shifter area. If it is clicking constantly, or even more than once, there may be a malfunction, but if it just makes the sound once, it is a design issue in Sedonas. I guess they haven't changed that part of the design because mine is an '05.
#82 of 86 Re: 2008 Kia Sedona TPMS [arbaughav]
Jun 29, 2011 (5:13 pm)
Just bought a 2010 Sedona and the tpms was on said they would fix it. Four times they have tried and now the tire pressure light is on also. They will try again .
#83 of 86 Re: 2005 Sedona creaking noise [john414]
Oct 26, 2012 (4:57 am)
I have the same issue. Kia nor a trusted mechanic can pinpoint the issue. I think it's either the motor mounts, trans mounts or both. I think I'm going to start throwing parts at it.
#84 of 86 Re: The rear Squealing/Screeching is back [stiller12]
Jan 27, 2013 (7:31 am)
Check your rear license plate frame or the plate itself ours was making the noise you are hearing . Put foam tape behind it and the noise is gone !!
#85 of 86 Re: squeaky hatch fix [lavrishevo]
Jun 28, 2013 (4:12 pm)
can you tell me what brand of silicon based lubricant did you use to get rid of squeaky sound from your Kia sedona hatchback.?
#86 of 86 Creaking Noise from front left
Aug 05, 2013 (10:05 am)
I have a 2004 Kia Sedona with 150,000 miles on it. It makes a creaking noise from the front left when i hit a bump. Originally i though it needed new struts as the tires were also wearing very bad on the very inside of the tire. The more i thought about it though i decided against that as it rides good. If i bounce the front up and down the struts seem fine. I will push it down and it comes back up and stops. No extra bouncing. The tire wear could just be a coincidence and just need alignment. Could it be a bushing making the squeeking/creaking noise?