Kia Motors America Inc. reportedly is recalling more than 118,000 of its Sedona minivans due to a potentially sticky throttle cable. The recall involves ’03-’05 models. Kia says water could enter the throttle cable, which connects the gas pedal and throttle body in the engine, and freeze in colder temperatures. In September, Kia dealers will begin to fix the problem by modifying a protective sleeve around the cable to keep water out. It is the second Sedona recall since May. Kia ...
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