Question about 2006 Kia Rio
I had a diagnostic completed and it says everything is good but noted something was still on and draining the battery i purchased a new battery but the same thing the odometer is digital it used to cut off when i took the key out now it stays on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have to take off the speedometer cable/wiring harness from the top of the trans and fill it from there....one 10mm bolt...very awkward spot...it might be snug, so just take a flat head screwdriver from underneath to tap it loose...
Posted on May 14, 2010
SOURCE: Check Engine light
that code definition is "Evap high purge flow fault". It means you may have a problem with the evaporative system. this system routes fuel fumes back to the fuel tank. If you want to try and clear this code, find the radio code for your car and then disconnect the battery for 30 seconds. Reconnect the battery and the check engine light should be out. You will then need the radio code to reset your car stereo. the check engine light may stay off if the condition was a transient one. If not, the light will come back on after you drive the car two drive cycles. That is: two starts, warm ups and shut downs. If the light returns, have a mechanic check it out.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
SOURCE: Kia Rio AC/Heater
its probably going to be the clutch for the ac. they do that when the bearigs are wearing out and eventually the clutch will lock up and the ac wont work at all
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
For the 1.6l engines:
Looking at the engine from the front end (e.g. from the right fender), the drain plug is on the left below cylinder #1.
From beneath the car, looking towards the front of the vehicle, you'll find it on the right had end of the engine block, at the back (nearest the passenger compartment. (see image below)
You'll need a 17mm wrench or socket.
The Oil filter is above it and towards the center of the block.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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