Question about 1996 Kia Sephia
If you remove the wheel drum you can knock out the broken stud. It is pressed into the hub. Take the hub to aan auto parts store ( so you get the same size stud) and buy a new stud. put the stud into the hole in the hub. When you remount you remount the tire and tighten the lug nuts that will pull the new stud up tight in the hub.
Hope this helps
Good luck Loringh
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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