Our 2005 KIA Sedona was running fine and had not issues before we turned it into the shop for the 60K Timing Belt replacement. When we picked up the KIA it had issues, backfiring, sputtering, idle problems, so we returned it, and even though they admitted fault, they charged us additional labor. When we picked the vehicle, the second time, we quickly noticed that the Cruise Control was not working, we were to hesitant to return the KIA to the shop. So like the original poster here, I have a simular problem, there's "something needed to be disconnected to gain access to the belts."
Monday, August 13th, 2012 AT 7:10 PM