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2002 Kia Rio

I'm a mechanic. Customer complains of a constant 'knocking' sound in the engine. He has taken it to other mechanics who have put in all sorts of new parts but it still makes a noise. Never worked on Kia before. What do you suggest?

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Engine knoking could sudjest that their may be water in the gas tank, Cylinder head may need spring adjustment or it may need the most simplelest thing... the CORRECT type of oil change. Electricaly you may whant to check the sparkplug cables and distributor or modulle, sparkplugs or any relay that could cerrespond to the gas pump. Finally check the engine for timing, timing belts or worn sprokets.

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