This is a comprehensive and OEM genuine 2009-2010 Kia Forte (Cerato) repair manual in a simple PDF file format.
Download 2009-2010 Kia Forte Repair Manual
This is a comprehensive and OEM genuine Download 2009-2010 Kia Forte (Cerato) Repair Manual in a simple PDF file format.
- 1.6L CRDi Diesel
- G 1.6L DOHC
- G 2.0L DOHC
- G 2.4L DOHC
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Get the same level of information that your Kia official dealer has in a simple PDF format. From basic tasks to a full engine rebuild, every procedure is covered with simple step-by-step illustrated pages.
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Sample Pages: 2009-2010 Kia Forte (Cerato)
CAUTION: Please note that this manual is made for the use of persons who have special techniques and certifications. If non-specialized or uncertified technicians perform repairs or services only using this manual or without proper equipment or tools, this may cause severe injury to you or other persons nearby and also cause damage to your vehicle. In order to prevent dangerous operations and damage to your vehicle, please be sure to follow the instructions thoroughly.
The Kia Cerato (also known as the Kia Forte in the United States, K3 in South Korea or the Forte K3 or Shuma in China) is a compact car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Kia since 2003. In 2008, the Cerato nameplate was replaced by the Forte nameplate in the North American market and the K3 nameplate in South Korea. However, the “Cerato” name remains in use in markets such as Australasia and Latin America. It is available in five-door hatchback, two-door coupe and four-door sedan variants. It is not available in Europe, where the similar sized Kia Ceed is offered (except for Russia and Ukraine, where the Cee’d and the Cerato are both available).
In some markets, such as North America, the Cerato is marketed as the Kia Forte replacing the Spectra nameplate of previous generations. In Colombia and Singapore, the name Cerato Forte was used for the second generation, while Naza Automotive Manufacturing of Malaysia has assembled the vehicle since 2009, selling it there under the name Naza Forte.