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Is it possible to replace the heating coil on a 1994 Kia 4wheel 4 cylinder automatic in a home garage or should it be done at a mechanic shop?

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2008-05-04 23:55:08
2008-05-04 23:55:08

Yes,at home with a few cautions. First unplug battery,Don'y want to discharge air bags,will ruin your day. Cn't give procedure because you did not tell us Kia what? sporatge,sephia,etc. some are tougher than others,some you should take out passenger seat to keep your back from snapping, others being a contorshunist helps.

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