Question about 2005 Kia Rio
I need brain box for my kia rio model 2005...but i know where i can get it also i dont know if it can be fix....pls help me VIN NO:- KNEDC221236271852
Why are you asking on hear then, If you don,t no your self, Take it into a repitable shop,
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 kia rio brake light
I did it!!! To change the left brakelight, you open the hatch and remove the two screws on the right side of the light assembly. Then remove the cubby hole inside the left side of the hatch. Inside you will see 3 hex nuts. You only have to remove the one in the center (closest to you) not the ones down and inside. Once you remove that nut, pull the light assembly off (from the outside). There is a plug that will be holding it on. I carefully **** a straight screwdriver in the narrow side just to get it to move out a little, then you grab the whole thing and pull it out, you may have to wiggle it some. It seems like it will break, but it won't. It's just a metal thing sticking into a plug. The whole assembly will pull out (not too hard so you don't break any wires or connectors) then you follow the instructions to replace the bulb. Once the bulb is replaced, you simply line up the metal thing as you push the assembly back on. You might have to smack (open bare handed please) to get it back in. Replace all screws and stuff and that's it!
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
SOURCE: replace the fuel filter
I just took my car to the shop to have them do it because I am lazy. They said that it is inside the tank and it is better changed the same time as the pump.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
The timing is electronic and non adjustable. If you change the belt and don't have it set up (positioned) exactly right , you will cause major engine damage.
Pistons will hit valves and bend them. Don't do your timing belt unless you are experienced at doing that job.
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
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