Kia Rio: First generation DC (2001-2005)

First generation DC (2001-2005)

The first-generation Kia Rio (referred to as the "DC") was offered in both four-door sedan and five-door hatchback body styles. When released, it was the least-expensive mass-produced car to be sold in the United States. While the Rio's styling and affordability were well-received, it was derided for its poor build quality and driving experience.

Second generation JB (2005–2011)
The 2006 Rio sedan and Rio5 five-door are raising the bar in the entry level segment by offering class-leading horsepower and interior volume, and six standard airbags, including full-length side-curt ...

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Ignition Switch Assembly Installation
1. Install the key lock cylinder.    When assembling, the key must be insert ...

Brake Switch Inspection
1. Connect a circuit tester to the connector of stop lamp switch, and check whether or not there is continuity when the plunger of the stop lamp switch is pushed in an ...

Removal
1. Remove the transaxle assembly. (Refer to "Manual transaxle system" in MT group) 2. Remove the clutch cover bolts. Be care ...

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