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Where is the transmission fluid located on a 2001 Kia Rio?

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Just under your gear stick is the gear box inside the bos are the gears flooded in lubrication ( vulvalien) oil and to reach it get under car or prt it over lift and open the small level check / refill hole thumb up

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