Question about Kia Rio
I would just get that piece welded back on. Clamp it in it's proper position with some Vice-Grips first, and make sure it is exactly in the right place before you weld. Also DISCONNECT THE BATTERY BEFORE YOU WELD. If you don't you will face a nightmare trying to fix electrical problems. You may need to move some things so the welder can do his job but it shouldn't be a lot. Also have something to use as a blanket to keep sparks from hitting wires and plastic and rool the carpet back on that part of the floor. Have a source of water ready before he starts welding, things can happen no matter how careful you are. A garden hose will do, just try it and make sure it is turned on.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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