2007 KIA Rio5 won't shift into reverse and 1st gear
Response From Hammer Time☆☆☆☆☆Top Rated Answer
How about a little more detail...........
Do you mean it won't come out of Park or something else?
2011 Kia Rio5 1.6l tbelt
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Question From GC on 2011 Kia Rio5 1.6l tbelt
2011 Kia Rio5 1.6l timing belt. Never done one. Anything I should know going in? Not sure about special tools or any tricky spots.
Response From GC
Got it done. About 3.5 hrs taking it slow. Only one camshaft sprocket driven by belt so no dohc cam lock needed. All the cvvt stuff must be on the other end of the camshafts where a chain connects them. Only a couple minor hangups- getting tbelt tensioner pulley and spring back on is tricky. I ended up starting the spring bolt first, then working the spring on its stops with a long screwdriver. Also, putting double pulley back on water pump that has limited clearance while trying to line up two separate pulleys and get a bolt started in water pump flange. All in all, not too bad.
Response From GC☆☆☆☆☆Top Rated Answer
Thanks. Dont have data on this. I have done tbelts on kia 1.8l, im assuming very similar setup. Ill post back with any surprises.
Response From Hammer Time
Bring it up on #1 before taking the covers off and then mark that point after taking the cover off.
Don't disregard those warnings about rotating the motor with the belt off or you will be bending some valves.
Response From nickwarner
Don't have the procedure available to me, but it books at 3.2 hours if you have AC, 3 hours flat without it. I'd use a Gates kit on it, Gates PN for that one is TCK282. Big thing to remember is to keep anything from moving when the belt is off. This is an interference engine and you will have damage if the crank gets turned out of synch with the cams. A DOHC cam clamp tool would be useful to have.
2004 kia rio
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Question From tony long on 2004 kia rio
2004 Kia rio 16v it cut off and i couldn't get it to crack back so i was told i needed a starter so i put one on now i still can't get it to crack i checked the timing it's ok its get gas i checked the spark plugs there good any ideas
Response From Discretesignals
Why don't you proof read your sentences instead of making yourself look like an idiot. If you don't take your time to use proper spelling and grammar, why should we take our time in giving you advice?
Response From tony long
Smart ass i already did and cause i spelled a word wrong you want to talk down to me get over your self and give good ideas and no you must be the crackhead you point it out cause the word crank was spell wrong so I'm just saying
Response From Tom Greenleaf
Sill waiting for the the results of your testing what dropped out, T PS: Fatterly already got you where you are..........
Response From Tom Greenleaf☆☆☆☆☆Top Rated Answer
What's with this word "crack?" So some crack head told you it needed and starter that wasn't the problem.
Try following some common sense. I doubt you know how to check timing or spark plugs. Follow this intended for all crank no start situations and see what is missing and report back. If you can't do this car repair isn't for you. http://autoforums.carjunky.com/Automotive_Repair_C1/General_Discussions_F5/IF_YOUR_STARTER_CRANKS_THE_ENGINE_BUT_IT_WILL_NOT_START_P75655/
2006 Kia Rio Radio
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Question From Guest on 2006 Kia Rio Radio
Radio stopped working. Fuses are good, what could be the problem? All other devices in car are working.
Response From Guest☆☆☆☆☆Top Rated Answer
I have the same problem with my 2006 kia rio. Have you found the problem that made you radio stop working? Sometimes the radio start working and stock again after a few minutes. All lights are turned on on the radio, everything looks fine but no sound comes from the speakers.
Response From Sidom
What you could do would be the verify the power & ground going to the deck, if both those are good than it sounds like an intermitten internal problem with the deck. If that's the case it may be cheaper to replace it with an aftermarket deck than repairing the OE one.......
Response From clipentertainment
Ya aftermarket decks are infinitely better than 99% of stock radios anyways. I don't understand why they put POS stereos in new cars...even if it is a Kia