This is the original OEM workshop service and auto repair manual for the 2009-2018 KIA Borrego (Mohave) with the wiring diagrams and owner’s manual in a simple PDF file format.
Download 2009-2018 KIA Borrego Repair Manual
This is the original OEM workshop service and auto repair manual for the 2009-2018 KIA Borrego (Mohave), first-generation (HM) with the wiring diagrams and owner’s manual in a simple PDF file format.
- 3.8 L Lambda II V6 (petrol).
- 4.6 L Tau V8 (petrol).
- Automatic Transaxle System – 6HP26.
- Automatic Transaxle System – A5SR2.
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Contents: 2009-2018 KIA Borrego (Mohave) Repair Manual
- Engine 3.8 L Lambda II V6 (petrol)
- Engine 4.6 L Tau V8 (petrol)
- Engine Performance
- Brakes System
- Accessories, Body, CAB
- Electrical Manual
- Wiring Diagrams
- Owner’s Manual
About KIA Mohave
The Kia Mohave, marketed in North America and China as the Kia Borrego, is a sport utility vehicle (SUV) manufactured by the South Korean manufacturer Kia. The vehicle debuted in 2008 in the Korean and U.S. markets. The Kia Borrego is named after the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in California; Borrego means “bighorned sheep” which can be found in the state park.
The Kia Borrego was introduced as the largest SUV in Kia’s lineup of vehicles in the U.S. in July 2008 for the 2009 model year. The lineup of the Borrego in the U.S. was as follows:
- The LX was the base, Kia Borrego,
- The EX was the uplevel version of the Kia Borrego,
- The Limited was the top-of-the-line version of the Kia Borrego.
After unsuccessful sales in the U.S. for 2009, the Kia Borrego was discontinued, and its replacement, the all-new, second-generation 2011 Kia Sorento, began production in West Point, Georgia in 2010. 2009 was the only model year for the Borrego in the U.S. Although it did not feature a V8 engine (instead offering all-new Inline Four-Cylinder (I4) and V6 engines), it offered all the features the Kia Borrego had, including a new third-row seating option for all models except the base model.
Due to rising oil prices at the time, the 4.6 L Tau V8 was dropped from the range in other markets.
|Successor||Kia Sorento (North America)
Kia Telluride (North America)