how to get to the starter on my kia sedona lx
The clicking sound is an indication your battery doesn't have enough voltage to start the car. Check the voltage on the battery, should be 12.3 or higher. Older than 5 years old, time to replace.
I agree with Tom. Check battery voltage and connections. They should all be clean and tight.
I have already checked the battery boys and I also boosted a truck while my van wasn't even turned on. I have done a sensor check on everything, so what I need to know is how do I remove the starter?
okay, you may have to turn the steering wheel all the way to one side to be able to pluck it out of there~
oh btw I forgot to put in that the clicking sound is not constant..:)...ok thanks for all your help...the starter is out..ciao!
Maybe this might help, check your grounds as well. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUYk4f35xbM
probably (3) 14mm bolts...use a ten inch extention and a swivel 1/2 drive (if I were to tool up for the job)...of course first disconnecting the battery, then the positive lug and the starter solenoid wire~ undo the bolts and try to make way for it's extraction...if we're lucky, will just fall down.~
gonna get it "bench tested" at NAPA?
Tom....that video was delightful....narrated by a Scottish guy....these guys are always FUN to listen to....the repair looked like a real challenge~
No, judge roy my husband took it to Part Source...and it was dead..:)
You get it back going?
stay away from "sunshine rebuilds"...have had a time with them in the past~
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