Fluid Changes in 05 Kia Sedona

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Old 03-20-08, 06:38 AM
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Cool Fluid Changes in 05 Kia Sedona

With the economy the way it is it's time for me to roll my sleeves a little higher.
I would like to know the locations of the transmission drain and fill plugs on my lil kia, plus the rear end (rear axle).
As i plowed snow for 10 plus rears and did all this on my own but this import stuff kind of scares me from what i read. I even looked for a chilton or haynes for it but no luck.
So if you know of a book or got picks of routine maintenance on this vehicle i would greatly apreciate it.
Thanx MB
 
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Old 03-20-08, 08:21 AM
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Fairly new vehicle so I assume you'll have it for a while. Probably worth the cost to purchase an AllData subscription; 3 year subscription is $44.95 and you get the same repair info the garages use: http://www.alldatadiy.com/
 
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Originally Posted by biggssr View Post
With the economy the way it is it's time for me to roll my sleeves a little higher.
I would like to know the locations of the transmission drain and fill plugs on my lil kia, plus the rear end (rear axle).
As i plowed snow for 10 plus rears and did all this on my own but this import stuff kind of scares me from what i read. I even looked for a chilton or haynes for it but no luck.
So if you know of a book or got picks of routine maintenance on this vehicle i would greatly apreciate it.
Thanx MB
I doubt there's a tranny drain plug on this car, I've only seen those on heavy duty trucks , what rear axle ?
The engine oil plug is located under carriage at engine oil pan, for engine oil filter just look around ( or under ) your engine, air filter obviously somewhere on just under hood, etc.
Just watch out if you don't know what you're doing it can be more expensive on the end.
X 2 about buying some kind of manual, either a book or online.
 
 

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