Kia Soul: Control Cable Removal - Manual Transaxle Control System - Manual Transaxle System - Kia Soul 2014-2019 PS Service ManualKia Soul: Control Cable Removal

Second generation PS (2014-2019) / Kia Soul 2014-2019 PS Service Manual / Manual Transaxle System / Manual Transaxle Control System / Control Cable Removal

1.
Shift lever to "4rd" gear position.
2.
Rotating counter-clockwise shift lever knob (A).

3.
Remove the floor console assembly.
(Refer to Body - " Floor Console")
4.
Remove the rear heating joint duct (A).

5.
Remove the bracket (A).

6.
Remove the select cable (B) after removing the snap pin (A).
7.
Remove the cable socket (C) from lever assembly after pulling in the direction of the arrow.

8.
Remove the shift cable (B) after removing the clip (A).

9.
Remove the cable socket (A) from lever assembly after pulling in the direction of the arrow.

10.
Remove the retainer (A) after loosen the nut (B).

11.
Remove the air cleaner assembly.
(Refer to Engine Mechanical System - "Air Cleaner")
12.
Remove the battery and battery tray.
(Refer to Engine Electrical System - "Battery")
13.
Remove the shift & select cable.
(1)
Remove the pin (A) and washer (B).
(2)
Make unlock clip (C) and then remove the shift & select cable and the clip (C) from the bracket.

    Control Cable Inspection
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    Control Cable Installation
       When installing, set room side shift lever and T/M side lever to "4rd" gear position. 1. ...

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