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I would like to change the brake pads on my 2010 Kia Rio.But I'm having a hard time figuring out where to put the jack to jack it up, and then where to put the jack stands....

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After you jack the vehicle up put your jack stands under the joint where the rear control arm hinges under the body. this link will show you where the jack goes. Kia Rio Lift And Support Points

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