Help!! I am in the process of replacing the rear brakes on my kia..I opened it up and a little spring popped out..I cant figure out where it goes..*sigh* so being the brightest crayon in the box I opened the other side up to see...it popped out also...now i have 2 springs I dont know where they go...
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my best guess would be either the engine or headlight fuse inside the car. my 96 doesn't have the fuse diagram for the fuses under the hood so i don't know about those, but my horn wont work either so i might replace all fuses and see if that helps. hope this will help.
Open the hood and rightin front of the steering wheel in the hood you should see brake fluid reservoir. Its kind of rectangular in shape with rounded corners. Contact if you need more help Good Luck and thanks for using FIX YA
reason you see it back there is because it is blowing out driving down road and wind is pushing to rear if you look underneath you will probbably see oil all underneath. check your oil filter and make sure it is tight
this is a big job for someone who is not mechanically inclined but....here it goes go buy a new clutch new tranny fluid and a haynes manual at the auto parts store your going to have to drain and drop your tranny ... BUY THE CLUTCH WITH THE TOOL theres an alignment tool needed to align the plates n bearings start by pulling off both tires, brakes and both cv axels be sure to remove the intermediate shaft from the tranny on the passenger side (should come out with the axel passenger side only) so do yourself a favor and buy an impact gun with at least 500 ft lbs torque youll need it also have handy your 14mm 17mm and 19mm impact sockets and remember this job usually runs around 1,200 bucks at firestone also DO NOT remove the bolt in the middle of the front springs under the hood just the four around it and the will pop out no prob and wont need to be clamped remove the starter behind your engine its under the oil filter also if your new to this sorta thing its gonna take you about 3 days to do it buy the impact gun if ur in a hurry look at a pawn shop have your flywheel machined its going to be accessible and it needs it hope this helps dont forget the book which you should already have bought anyway its good for your torque specs which you will also need a torque wrench for the clutch also dont crack open ur tranny this isnt a honda