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#11 (permalink) Old 06-19-2010, 10:35 PM
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nothing like that on any sedona i have seen before. the kia's have that on alot of other models, but not on the drivers seat, only the passanger seat. The drivers seat sometimes has a seat track position sensor, but not weight classification.
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My brain wasn't working when I said there wasn't a code. They all throw codes. I expected the warning light to flash a code like old school. We were able to switch the ignition of and on a few times then we would read the number of flashes. I believe you can retrieve a code by shorting out a few terminals on the computer connector. If any one can shed any light on this please respond.

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Hi, you might be interested in this link 'http://codes.rennacs.com' it shows which pins to short and how to read the error code - However, if you have the OBD socket then you can't use the method you are talking about.
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there is only one time and one time only that you short the pins. That is when you are programming key fobs. NEVER do this unless you know what you are doing. Bad things can happen if you do it wrong. If you dont have the proper tools to do the job, take it to someone who does, simple as that.
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when i took my kia sedona for repair last week. my mechanic told me my warning light airbag was on. when i took my vehicle home and checked my airbag warning light if it's on. it wasn't, it is only "on" if you didn't wear/click your seatbelt on. probably when the mechanic was fixing my van he wasn't wearing the seatbelt,that is why he was seeing my airbag warning light on. he even called me on the phone, and asked me if i want him to diagnosed my airbag warning light on for $100. the guy wants to rip me off for nothing. i said to my mind, i'm too smart for that. he can't cheat me, because i know there was nothing wrong with my airbag.
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Hopefully just a seat belt buckle. I had to replace the passenger seat belt buckle on my van, got lucky though, it was still under warranty. Still should have the proper scanner to get an accurate code, could be anything.
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