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Trying to find the Spark plugs on a 2001 Kia Rio

Just bought the car and opened the hood and wad lost because I could not even find the plug wires. Also need to know what weight transmission oil goes into the five speed transmission.

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Remove the big black cover from the top of the engine they are under it.

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They don't have wires anymore, now they have coilovers. Just spend $20 on a manual and you can figure it out. If not my e-mail is Calvin.Hart@yahoo.com.

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