Kia Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Mechanic
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Most of the time this is the result of a bad connection at the battery or the cable to the fuse box. Check the cables for corrosion at the battery, but also at their attaching points on the fuse box and the starter, the body and the engine. If there is corrosion clean it up really well and retry. Also, make sure none of the cables are swollen. If they are, that means there is corrosion inside or under the insulation hurting the connection. If the cable is swollen you will have to replace it.
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