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How to remove the clutch pedal box on kia rio 2003

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SOURCE: Worn out clutch on '04 KIA Rio

This is the KIA tech site. Free to register and use. It lists the repair tech manuals, Sevice Bulletins,Trouble Code identifications, How-to's, and troubleshooting guides the factory trained repair guys use:
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Posted on May 18, 2009

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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.
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Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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had similar problem, 2003 rio 1.6l idle fine and die when trying to accelerate or lurch and die ran fine in reverse change timing belt,wires plugs, had codes for multi cyl misfire and low injector voltage, still same lurch and die. try wiggle test on sensor plugs and main engine harness between battery and engine . i did this and found car smoothed out,tried wiggle again and car died,took harness apart where i wiggled it and found broken wire to crank sensor.good now

Posted on May 02, 2010

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you have to take off the speedometer cable/wiring harness from the top of the trans and fill it from there....one 10mm bolt...very awkward spot...it might be snug, so just take a flat head screwdriver from underneath to tap it loose...

Posted on May 14, 2010

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SOURCE: 2003 Kia Rio manual transmission, stick is stiff g...

I would check the operation of the shifter cable. It may need lubricated.

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

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2004 Kia Rio. Why did the clutch fail?


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My Kia Rio is struggling to get into gear. I have to be going at least 3000rpm before the gears will shift and sometimes have to completely turn it off to get it into first from reverse. Shifting whil


Being shut out of gear like that is an indication that your clutch is not disengaging even when the clutch pedal is down. Revving to 3000 rpm matches speeds inside the gearbox, in effect shifting without clutch action.

I believe your clutch cable is broken, unattached at one end or the other, or is too slack to release the clutch.

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Why does my 2003 Kia Rio have hard time going into 1st, 2nd, & sometimes reverse? Unless I press REALLY ******* clutch.


The clutch system in the Kia rios of those years are clutch cables, not hydraulic. There is no need for clutch fluid. Have a mechanic look at your clutch cable tension.
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2002 1.3 Kia Rio. Pushed in clutch pedal, heard metallic pop, half a piece of a metal ring + half a clip sitting in driver's footwell. Pedal will depress and release but clutch wont engage


I had this same problem the cable is fine its a clip on outer cable to stop it mooving when you press clutch mine poped when I tightened the clutch cable still don't have solution though waiting to payday to take it to garage

Mar 22, 2012 | 2002 Kia Rio

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I have a 2003 Kia Rio 4dr, 5 speed. I just had the clutch replaced in May and have a warranty of 12,000 miles or 12 months. Two days ago the clutch pedal went soft (spongy) on me and I had a hard time...


No not the garages fault the operating arm is no doubt split or broke and this is not the fault of the new clutch but a thing that just goes wrong ,and it a kia and they are not a very good car to start with ,cheap and cheerful is one description that comes to mind ,But they shouldnt need to take teh box out again as most clutch operating arms are bolted on to the bearing operating shaft .

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Gday how do you remove the clutch pedal assembly on a 2002 kia rio,as the clutch cable bracket has give way and all out of shape


You will have to go to the junk yard and buy the Brake and clutch assembly unit that goes under the dash about 8 nuts hold it on I am working on the same problem with my 2001 model

Nov 18, 2010 | 2004 Kia Rio

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Fitted a new clutch on 2003 kia rio now car wont start


i would check the main ground and the main fuse to the starter it is by the fusebox if it turns over i would check the crank sensor it may have been damaged while removing and installing transmission

May 08, 2010 | 2003 Kia Rio

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The clutch problem


check level of fluid at reservoir ,might need bled,  check for obstructions near pedal(floor mats,etc.)

Sep 15, 2009 | 2003 Kia Rio

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Replacing clutch gable


First you must get under the engine to unscrew the extremity of he cable fixed to the clutch lever. Once you are able to release this extremity of the cable, its done at one end and you must go inside your car. The best is to completely remove the driver seat. If you don't want to do it, at least, push it back to the maximum to have the most space you can under the driving wheel. It is better to get a good light (but small) to see (try to) what you are doing in this small space. The first thing to do once you are installed is to pull hard on the cable to get some loose inside. The isolation bushing should get out of its place. Once you think you have got enough loose (6 inches), have a look to the extremity of the clutch pedal, where the cable is fixed. With a long (one foot) flat screw driver, you have to push the extremity of the cable, really the cable, to loosen it from the extremity braket. Once done, with the same screw driver, you have to push the braket towards the front and the top. If you do it well, the bracket should jump from its place on the pedal. At this point, your cable is no longer attach to the clutch pedal. Then you noticed for sure that the extremity of the cable gaine is attached to a kind of plate which is welded to the two pedal boxes apart. The final thing to do is to push on a piece of black metal, on top of the plate, that prevents the cable sheath to be removed (it is hard to see but easy to do). Once done, you can remove the cable by pulling the cable sheath down and then pulling towards yourself. There are two bushing along the engine (or transmission) that guide the clutch cable from the pedal to the clutch. Before pulling everything off, make sure to remove those from their place.

Sep 04, 2009 | 2004 Kia Rio

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How do i check the clutch of a 2004 Kia Rio 5 speed Manual


when the clutch pedal starts getting near the top of its travel before the car moves the clutch is worn out, also slipping of course, u can't actually see the clutch plate so a visual inspection is not poss.

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