Question about 2004 Kia Rio
#1 You don't put GREASE on mounting bolts
#2 Body BUSHINGS don't affect gear shifting ever
Your advice is max bogus
The clutch is worn out
Posted on May 07, 2014
There are 2-3 bushings underneath the car that can be changed.....they are about 5-7 dollars each that you can pick up at the dealership and do it yourself...it's not hard at all...drive it on ramps and chock the wheels to make it safe....get underneath and then have someone in the drivers seat to shift the gears(while it's off) so you can see where the moving points are, then just undo the bolts and replace the bushings or you can just remove or loosen the bolts and lubricate them with lots of grease....I would try the grease first, it should do the trick...Kia will charge you about $130 to do it for you...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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