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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
We had the same problem.
I took out the bolts outside, then crawled into the back area of the car, and took a screw driver, and slid it along the inner hatch catch, and found the safety latch and released the hatch. Then I took the inside off, and disconnected the handle device from the inside. It was rusted, and broken. I went to Kia, and bought a new one and reinstalled, after greasing the new one up. Took me a while, but they wanted 280.00 in labor, so it was well worth it.
Just be patient and go slow. A good metric socket set will be the best thing, with a regular and phillips screw driver.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
If it is the single overhead cam engine,it's pretty straight forward-Crank-tensioner- cam.The tensioner is a simple slide-to-tension type.You will need to take off the top engine mount for access(i just supported the engine with a jack)If it's a twin cam?Sorry don't know as mine is single cam.(obviously all air con belts,altenator belt etc have to be removed first)
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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IT should be on the driver side pluged into the trans you should be able to see it looking from the front of the car under the hood its held in by one blot.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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