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you might have to have your transmission downloaded.you have to go to a kia dealer\'put it on a machine.if the code is out it will make your trans mission jerk.cost me $400 dollars.in my 2006 kia spectra ex
Honestly, no. You shouldn't have to. Unfortunately, this is a common problem with the 2.0 Kia Spectra. I'm an owner of one, myself. Although I'm a 25 year old male and drove this car 30,000 miles, I babied this car. I had to replace the stock clutch plates at about 16,000 miles, and did so with a stage II clutch set from eClutchMaster.com. This performance clutch lasted about 13,000 more miles before also giving out. I believe there to be a defect in the slave cylinder set-up that causes the plate to fail to fully seat on the flywheel. (I'm a mechanic) Unfortunately, there hasn't been a recall as of yet, but keep an eye out.
wront wheel drive?
sounds like a axle to me
try this... at low speeds (under 10mph)
drive in a cricle left... and right
is it clicking? both directions or only one?
if only one it needs an axle on that side
hope this helps
The timing belt should be replaced to avoid the possibility of bent valves if the belt fails. This is normally performed as preventative maintenance when the vehicle has approximately 100,000 miles. However, to reassure Kia owners, I drove my own 2003 Kia Spectra 170,000 miles without performing this maintenance so I can attest to the durability of the factory belt.
It is a gamble to attempt to go beyond the normal service life of the timing belt.
Helps to remove the battery, but small ahbds can do it.
Directly behind the lens is a big round cap ... twist it off. The bulb is held in place with a spring that locks in to a notch in the holder. When handling the new bulb, don't touch the glass. The oil from your skin will cause it to shatter when turned on.