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Made this guide for for myself to print and keep handy but figured it might help others and skip the lengthy browsing. I had to put a download link because i can't upload Microsoft word docx files so you can just download and open and enjoy the safety of KNOWING WHERE CLIPS ARE !!

Removal / replacement of the following parts

- speakers
- overhead console / dome light
- rear view mirror
- instrument cluster / gauges
- door trim
- glove box
- dash trim
- aux / usb jack
- stereo unit / trim
- center console

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Download 2013 kia rio removal replacement guide docx
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Use the Microsoft Office "save as" command and use ".doc" instead of the default ".docx" extension then things sould be OK...
I use "Libra Office" a FREE MS work alike "office" it's default is ".oog" but it can save them as ".doc" or ".docx" so others can read my "generic" MS Office files..

.doc is a "standard" that almost anyone anywhere can read. MS likes changing standards when the think a "new" one is better BUT the option to "save as" can bring the old standards back...
Dave
 

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Use the Microsoft Office "save as" command and use ".doc" instead of the default ".docx" extension then things sould be OK...
Dave
Thanks but there is a max filesize of 19kb for doc files anyways. That's way too small for the file.
 
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