Question about 2005 Kia Rio
Check the fluid reservoir. If it's low on fluid, fill the reservoir and pump the clutch pedal until you feel resistance from the clutch. If the reservoir is full, and the clutch isn't disengaging, you likely have a bad release bearing or broken linkage. If it is a bearing problem you're most likely into a clutch replacement.
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
Testimonial: "was told it does not have a fluid reservoir. with ignition off, can move gears. However with engine running, clutch pressed, will not slip into gears. If you put it into gear, then start, transmissiion will surge forward (grinding noise). Is it possible that clutch cable might be broken?"
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