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The steering column seems to be preventing the removal of the clutch pedal box do we need to remove the column on kia rio 2003

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Yes, this would help you greatly. As it kind of goed around the steering joint. There are 2, 12mm bolts loosen them up and be sure the wheels are pointed forward before undoing them as this will misalign ypur steering. Then you should be able to slide the rag joint up or down to diconmect the steering and get the pedal assembly past it to fnish the installment.

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did you replace the cable or did it come loose? are you sure your talking about the clutch cable for shifting the gears or the rod for the clutch master cylinder under the dash?

Posted on Jul 13, 2011

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See Figure 1

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