2004 Kia won't shift right
First I'll ask if you're getting any codes? First thing I always suspect when there are shifting problems are the Manifold Air Pressure (MAP) Sensor and throttle position sensor. These two sensors are vital to the transmission shifting correctly. If it's not a sensor problem, possibilities include solenoid issues in the valve body, or torque converter issues??
I'm not getting any codes and I replaced the input and output sensor's on transmission read that those are common problems with it not shifting right but did not change anything.
Search Kia Sedona Questions
Kia Sedona Experts