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Genuine Kia Sedona Starter Motor

  • Kia Sedona Starter Motor - 361003C150
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    2006-2014 Kia Sedona Starter Assembly
    Manufacturer Note: MANUFACTURER-REMY KOREA
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    • 2006-2014 Kia Sedona | 3.5L - Lambda 2, 3.8L - Lambda | Wagon Long - 7P, Wagon Short - 7P
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  • Kia Sedona Starter Motor - 361003C130
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    2006-2014 Kia Sedona Starter Assembly
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    • 2006-2014 Kia Sedona | High Grade, Middle Grade | 3.5L - Lambda 2, 3.8L, 3.8L - Lambda | Wagon Long - 7P, Wagon Long 7, Wagon Short - 7P, Wagon Short 7
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  • Kia Sedona Starter Motor - 361003C260
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    2015-2021 Kia Sedona Starter Assembly
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    • 2015-2021 Kia Sedona | 3.3L - Lambda 2 | Wagon Long - 7P, Wagon Long - 8P
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  • Kia Sedona Starter Motor - 361003C221
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    2015-2018 Kia Sedona Starter Assembly
    Replaced by: 361003C221RU
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    Fits the following Kia Sedona Years:
    • 2015-2018 Kia Sedona | 3.3L - Lambda 2 | Wagon Long - 7P, Wagon Long - 8P
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  • Kia Sedona Starter Motor - 3610037210
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    2001-2005 Kia Sedona Starter Assembly
    Replaced by: 3610037210RU
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    Fits the following Kia Sedona Years:
    • 2001-2005 Kia Sedona | Low Grade, Middle Grade | 3.5L | Wagon Short 7
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  • Kia Sedona Starter Motor - 361003C151
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    2006-2014 Kia Sedona Starter Assembly
    Replaced by: 361003C151RU
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    Fits the following Kia Sedona Years:
    • 2006-2014 Kia Sedona | 3.5L - Lambda 2, 3.8L - Lambda | Wagon Long - 7P, Wagon Short - 7P
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About Kia Sedona Starter Motor

Quality of automotive experience needs good performance car parts. So for keeping your Kia vehicle has comfortable experience, the genuine Kia Sedona Starter Motors are essential. As a driver, when your vehicle does not work properly you have to know what went wrong. And if you want replace your Kia Sedona Starter Motor, the online catalog we provide will get you through the ordering process safely and securely. And all genuine Kia Sedona Starter Motors from us are shipped directly from authorized Kia Dealer.
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Where is the starter located on a 2005 Kia Sedona?

Hello,the starter on your Kia Sedona van is behind and under the exhaust manifold,(the one closest to front of vehicle behind the radiator/fan shroud).

Where is starter located?

Listen for a clicking sound coming from under the hood and look for a cylindrical part bolted near the engine. There are usually two hex bolts securing the starter, though there can be more. If you can find this part without too much hunting around, it is the starter.

How much is a starter for a Kia Sedona?

The average cost for a Kia Sedona starter replacement is between $367 and $388. Labor costs are estimated between $83 and $105 while parts are priced at $283.

How do you start a Kia Sedona?

Jump start Kia Sedona First connect red cable to the positive terminal of your Sedona’s dead battery, then to the positive terminal of donor battery. Next connect black cable to the negative terminal of donor battery, then to the bare metal in the engine bay of your Sedona. Start the donor vehicle and then your Sedona.

Where is the starter located in a 2004 Kia Sedona?

location of starter in kia sedona Hello,the starter on your Kia Sedona van is behind and under the exhaust manifold,(the one closest to front of vehicle behind the radiator/fan…

How much is a starter for a 2012 Kia Sedona?

2012 Kia Sedona Starter – from $167.99+ | AutoZone.com.

How much is a starter for a 2008 Kia Sedona?

2008 Kia Sedona Starter – from $167.99+ | AutoZone.com.

Does Kia Sedona have remote start?

2020 Kia Sedona Remote Start, Push Button Start Model | Kia Accessory Guide. The advanced technology of the Remote Start offers the convenience of enabling you to remotely start your Kia up to 500 feet away.

Why is my Kia Sedona not starting?

While there are a variety of reasons your Kia Sedona won’t start, the most common 3 are a dead battery, an alternator problem, or failed starter.

How much is a starter for a 2009 Kia Sedona?

2009 Kia Sedona Starter – from $167.99+ | AutoZone.com.

How much is a starter for a Kia?

The average cost for a Kia Optima starter replacement is between $404 and $432. Labor costs are estimated between $108 and $136 while parts are priced at $296. This range is based on the number and age of Kia Optima’s on the road.

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Kia Sedona Starter Replacement

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2005 Kia Sedona

3.5L V6 • 195,000 miles

Los Angeles ,  CA 90025

$234 - $286

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2002 Kia Sedona

3.5L V6 • 167,797 miles

Orange ,  CA 92865

$237 - $289

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2003 Kia Sedona

3.5L V6 EX • 125,490 miles

Glendale ,  AZ 85304

$230 - $282

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2010 Kia Sedona

3.8L V6 • 150,000 miles

Riverside ,  CA 92506

$212 - $260

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2005 Kia Sedona

3.5L V6 • 200,000 miles

Haltom City ,  TX 76117

$230 - $282

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2002 Kia Sedona

3.5L V6 • 74,260 miles

Sacramento ,  CA 95815

$234 - $286

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2005 Kia Sedona

3.5L V6 • 164,920 miles

Northridge ,  CA 91324

$230 - $282

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2012 Kia Sedona

3.5L V6 • 131,500 miles

Loma Linda ,  CA 92354

$304 - $372

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2005 Kia Sedona

3.5L V6 • 135,000 miles

Tempe ,  AZ 85281

$246 - $300

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2012 Kia Sedona

3.5L V6 • 56,000 miles

Sacramento ,  CA 95841

$312 - $382

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What is a Starter?

The starter helps the car start. It’s really that simple. It’s a small motor (and, as a result, it’s often called the starter motor), that is responsible for getting your car’s primary motor off and running. It’s actually a fairly simple device. While the starter is small, it’s quite powerful. It can turn the car’s motor over at a pretty slow speed (around 200 revolutions per minute, whereas most cars idle just under 1,000), but that’s all that is needed to get the motions in your car’s engine going, so that the car can turn on. It’s a pretty cool and somewhat complex operation that I’m guessing you don’t really care about, so here’s the basic version. When you turn key (or press the “ON” button) in your car, the starter motor is activated. It has a gear, called a pinion gear, which attaches to the engine’s flywheel. As the starter turns the engine follows suite, sucking in air and fuel, until it’s up and running at full speed. As for power, the starter gets its juice from the battery. Which is why your car won’t turn on if the battery dies, because the starter has no way of doing its business. It probably goes without saying that your starter gets a lot of use. Every time you use your car, the starter motor has to spring into action. And since it gets used so much, it can wear down rather easily, at which point it will need to be replaced.

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Symptoms of a failing Starter

Your car won’t start or engine cranks slowly

Did you really need me to tell you this one? The name is right there, and I just explained it. The starter helps the car start. Without a starter, the car can’t start. Do the math. If the starter motor is fully dead, you won’t be able to start your car. End of story. But if the starter is just starting to die, and kind of hanging on to life, then you might experience intermittent starting. The car will sometimes turn on, and sometimes won’t. Not ideal, especially if you’re trying to get somewhere on time. It’s also worth noting that if you’re experiencing intermittent starting, it could be due to some faulty wiring in the electrical system, rather than the motor itself. Or, of course, it could be a battery issue.

Funny noises

This shouldn’t be news to you: your car shouldn’t be making weird noises. If it is, then you’ve likely got an issue on your hands. There are two noises associated with failing starters. If the car won’t turn on, it may be due to the starter motor, as mentioned above. If the car is whining when you try (but fail) to turn it on, then that’s a sure sign that the starter is busted. That noise is due to the starter motor spinning, without being attached to the flywheel. If the car isn’t making that noise, but still won’t turn on, then the issue is likely from something else. If your car is makes a grinding noise when it’s first started, then that also may be the starter. That’s the sound of the starter gear failing to disengage once its work has been done.

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How urgent is a Starter replacement?

The urgency of a starter replacement is entirely dependent on how much you like driving your car. If you prefer to just sit and stare at your car, then it’s entirely up to you. If you’re like the rest of us and actually prefer to start your car and hit the road, then you’ll want to get your starter replaced asap.

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2005 Kia Sedona - Starter

A starter is an electric motor that engages your flexplate to spin your engine on startup. It includes a bendix, which is a spinning shaft that only extends when starting to mesh the starter gear with the flexplate or flywheel. Many starters also have a built-in solenoid that sends voltage to the starter when the key is turned. The starter or starter solenoid may wear out over time due to heat or contaminants. If you hear clicking but your engine won't turn over, it could be a weak starter motor, or your battery may be dead. If the starter spins but the motor does not, the bendix may not be engaging fully. In either case, the starter should be replaced. If you need a car battery, starter, alternator, or other starting and charging parts, O’Reilly Auto Parts carries the right parts for your repairs.

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How to Replace the Starter on a Kia Sedona
I’m not auto savy but at least you’ll have an idea and you CAN fix this yourself.
2006 Kia Sedona LX: Same instructions apply, except for the heat shield on the starter. There are four 10mm bolts holding it in place, and you have to remove it first and pull it out the same way as you describe removing the starter. Great video, it doesn’t make sense at first when you are watching it, until you get under the car and you can see exactly what you talking about with your own eyes. If it wasn’t for your video, I don’t think I could have located the starter and bolts myself. Both were 14mm for me, i tried 15mm for the top bolt first but it was too loose. Also, you can do this with the battery and radiator hoses in place.

for a 2005 Kia Sedona EX also. The exceptions are: No shroud to remove, no need to remove the radiator hoses. Will “want” to remove the air cleaner/filter housing because it is easy to remove and much more convenient to get to the top bolt. Also the starter bolts are both 14mm. (will need a deep well for the top one.. extension is too long and shallow socket too short). Same steps: The starter is in the same location, will need to undo the oxy sensor and do the twist method to put back on. The Friend for the top nut is a MUST.. Oh what a pain the buttski. Thank you for making video, it was very helpful.

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The Kia Sedona, also known in other parts of the world as the Kia Carnival, is a four-door minivan. For people with families they need to transport, musicians with equipment, or anyone who likes having extra cargo space, a minivan is definitely the way to go for your personal automobile. Any vehicle can have problems with starting, and the Kia Sedona is no exception. If you head out to work one morning and nothing happens when you turn the key in the ignition, one of the areas that you will want to check out is your Kia Sedona starter.

What is the starter in a car?

While you may think of the engine as what makes the vehicle go, it really can't do anything on its own without one key component, and that is the starter. The starter is what gets your engine going. It is a small motor in its own right that relies on the car's battery to get your car's engine running. Without a functioning battery or starter, you will not be travelling anywhere in your favorite minivan, so it's always a good idea to routinely check these areas out for wear. By the way, the Kia Sedona starter location, should you choose to replace the starter yourself, is in the engine above the wheel on the steering wheel side of the vehicle.

How do I know if I have a Kia Sedona starter problem?

One clue that you may be having Kia Sedona starter motor problems is if, when you turn the key in the ignition to start the minivan, the motor responds with a click sound. This is an unusual sound, and one that can lead you to check several areas that could be causing the problem, including the battery and cables. The other clue is that when you try to start the vehicle, nothing happens in the engine, meaning that the motor does not run. This, too, is another sign that your starter may have gone on the fritz.

How much does it cost to replace a starter?

It does bear mentioning that you will want to inspect both the starter and the battery if you experience these two signs of problems with your Sedona. It could very well be that the battery needs to be charged, or that there is corrosion on the cables that attach the battery to the starter, and by replacing one or both of these you may find that you do not have to replace the starter at all. However, if the starter has died, an independent auto repair shop will generally charge anywhere from $136 to $185 to replace the battery, but the price goes up to $230 to $301 for a starter replacement. Many Kia auto enthusiasts save money by doing the work themselves and purchasing auto parts and tools at a discount auto supply source such as PartsGeek.com. With fast shipping and discounts of up to eighty percent off of list prices, you can save big.

Starters available for the following Kia Sedona years: 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02. This part is also sometimes called Kia Sedona Starters. We stock starter parts for most Kia models including Optima, Sorento, Soul, Rio, Sportage, Amanti, Spectra, Rio5, Forte, Spectra5, Sephia, Rondo, Borrego, Forte Koup, Cadenza and Magentis.

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Why you drive your Sedona.

Obviously, you didn't buy your Sedona unless you wanted to buy a great manufacturer's warranty and a brand you can trust both rolled up into one vehicle. Auto enthusiasts know that long-lasting service is built into each Kia, and know that only top quality repair Sedona parts will suffice when repairs are needed. You picked your Sedona because its best-in-class value and economical pricing struck a chord inside you; so why would you be okay with anything but the best when it comes to the highest quality auto parts? While it may not be difficult to locate replacement parts for Kia vehicles, these days the necessity for nothing but the absolute best are required to maintain your car or truck.

Don't go too long without fixing your Starter... here's why.

The ease of which we now start our engines is something that all of us take for granted. The starter motor built for your engine makes turning it over a breeze. Your Kia Sedona starter has a solenoid on it that receives a signal from your ignition switch, and harnesses the power of the battery to engage the starter and spin the flywheel. A broken starter motor means your Kia Sedona won't turn on... and that shouldn't go on forever.

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