Kia Sedona Tire Pressure

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The recommended tire pressure for a Kia Sedona is 35 pounds per square inch (psi) for both the front and rear tires.
It is vital to have the correct tire pressure in your Kia Sedona for a safe and smooth ride. Incorrectly inflated tires can be bad news all around, leading to decreased fuel efficiency, compromised steering ability, and an increased risk of a blowout. All of these not-so-good eventualities can be significant repair costs down the road.
How to avoid these potential problems? Make sure those tires are properly inflated!
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What is the right tire pressure for a Kia Sedona?

The correct tire pressure for a Kia Sedona is 35 psi for both the front and rear tires. This should be corroborated in your owner’s manual or the inside door frame or door jamb of your Sedona.
If you ever modify your Sedona with bigger wheels and new tires (sport Minivan-ing, anyone?), be sure to check with your Kia dealer for the correct tire pressure specifications.

Tire pressure recommendations for other Kia vehicles

Front tire pressure
Rear tire pressure
35 psi
33 psi
35 psi
35 psi
32-35 psi
32-35 psi
35 psi
35 psi
36 psi
36 psi
33 psi
33 psi
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How to check Kia Sedona tire pressure

If you aren’t sure how to check your Sedona’s tire pressure, not to worry—it’s easy! When it's safe to do so, touch the Mode button on your steering wheel, and then scroll to the tire pressure monitoring page on your infotainment touchscreen. It’s as easy as that!
If your Sedona’s tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) detects low tire pressure, it will alert you in the form of a low tire pressure light on the instrument panel. 
If your Sedona is a few years old and doesn’t have a touchscreen, or if your touchscreen isn’t working, have no fear—you can manually check your tire pressure. To check your tire pressure, remove the tire valve stem cap on all four tires, and then push a
tire pressure gauge
onto the stem to get a reading. 
If the pressure is too low, top it off with some air. If it’s too high, let some air out. You can do this at home or at a gas station, some of which have their own tire pressure gauge you can use.
There are some subtle signs that your tire pressure is low, so be mindful of them. If you notice decreased performance, uneven ride quality, or your steering feels off, these could indicate low tire pressure. If you aren’t sure? Check that tire pressure!

How often should you check tire pressure?

To be on the safe side, check your Sedona’s tire pressure about once a month and before long road trips to ensure all four tires are properly inflated.

How to tell if your Kia Sedona needs new tires

A good rule of thumb is to replace your tires every six years or so. That said, you should periodically check your tires for any noticeable wear and tear and (of course) check your tire pressure. If you see any low tread depth or strange bulges and/or cracks, those are signs you need new tires.
Unsure how to check your tread depth? Try this handy trick: the penny method! Grab a penny and stick it—Honest Abe’s head-first—into the tire tread. If you can see the top of President Lincoln’s head, that’s a sign you need new tires.

How to reset the Kia Sedona tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) light

Sometimes, even when you know your Sedona’s tire pressure is right where it's supposed to be, your minivan’s tire pressure monitoring system light won’t go out. First—what a pain. Second—here are a few ways to reset your Sedona’s TPMS.
The first method to reset the Sedona’s TPMS is to hop onto the highway and drive above 50 mph for about 10 minutes. This should reset the monitor, and the next time you start your van up, the TPMS light should be off.
A second way to reset the TPMS is to put the Sedona into the ON position without starting the engine, press and hold the TPMS reset button (usually located underneath the steering wheel), and watch the TPMS light blink three times. Now, start the vehicle and drive for about 20 minutes. The system should reset, and the TPMS light should go off.
A third method to reset the TPMS involves inflating all tires to 3 psi above the recommended level and then deflating all of the tires. You’ll want to deflate the spare tire as well, as sometimes it is connected to the TPMS. With all tires deflated, re-inflate them all to the recommended level (35 psi) and the TPMS light should turn off.
A fourth way to reset the Sedona’s TPMS involves using a wrench to carefully disconnect the positive battery cable. Now, turn the Sedona on and honk the horn for three seconds, which will discharge the TPMS charge still stored in the van’s system. Now reconnect the battery, and the TPMS light should be off.

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