ABS lights

Asked by GuruQK2Q8 Nov 21, 2019 at 03:28 PM about the 2013 Kia Sorento

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Seems this is a “normal” problem.  Light comes on and will stay for several
days, then go away, then back again. If this is a “normal problem”, why
should customer have to pay repair charges?

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It still takes time, parts, and effort to fix. Parts obviously cost money, then if we value other people's time and effort, their working on it costs money as well. As it says, you have a 2013 Sorento. Now, I don't know how you've acquired this car, whether you got it new, or used, or if it had a warranty or not. If it was under warranty, it might have been a different story, it may have been covered, but if the car is not under warranty, any maintenance or repairs will cost you directly out of pocket. I apologize if all that comes out as brash or rude, I'm just trying to answer your question to the best of my abilities.

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