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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Worn out clutch on '04 KIA Rio
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Posted on May 18, 2009
Hello mfriesner71; my name is Roger and I will answer for you. The correct plug gap is 0.027 to 0.031.in. Any gap between these will work fine. Just make sure they all gap the same. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer. This way I know it was helpful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
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The problem can be several things including the clutch cable, throw out bearing, or just a lack of lubrication.
I would start by checking the clutch cable. I attached a diagram along with the adjustment procedure for your reference.
Remove the cable from the clutch form and with someone inside the car and someone at the transmission end of the cable gently push down on the clutch pedal by hand. While this is being done the person holding the cable should feel for any binding or listen for any squeaking. If it is binding or noisy I recommend replacement rather than lubricating it as most likely the cable is already damaged and it is not worth getting stuck for an inexpensive part. If you do want to try and lubricate it you can get good cable lube at any motorcycle shop.
If the cable appears good gently move the clutch form back and forth to feel for any binding or to see if you hear your noise. If you do it will require removal of the transmission for further diagnosis.
When you reinstall the cable follow the adjustment procedure I attached to this string.
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