Why will my kia not start

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Asked by Sep 28, 2014 at 08:04 AM about the 2002 Kia Sportage Base 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Just bought a kia sportage 2002 picked it up drove it home parked it up for 10 mines
come back to start it. It won't start

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Do you have a factory alarm system? Dose it turn over but not start?

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Yes it turn over don't no about the alarm

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I think it has something to do with the alarm

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35,395

Yes. I agree. Did you get 2 sets of keys? If so, try the other key. Hopeful the chip in the key your using is the problem.

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No just one key no buttons on it

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It beeps 3 times when I take key out ignition is there anyway of getting it to start?

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35,395

Here's my chicken soup answer. Disconnect the battery for about a half hour. Be sure that you have the key in your pocket and the code for the radio. That MIGHT reset the anti theft system. It has in the past. I call it the Chicken Soup approach because it couldn't hurt.

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Thanks mate I'll try it

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i have a kia sportage i loosen the fuel line and and turn the keep and you can hear the pump come on and gas comes out

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