Maybe this diagram will help you find the part number so you can order from your dealer?
That’s interesting it doesn’t list the stud.
Would this be the right stud?The studs are considered part of the timing cover hence why they are not sold separately. I have never seen one snap like that. Some force must have been put on it during some kind of servicing as they will never snap just driving the car. Maybe someone hammered them on or had the cover off or the engine lifted for some odd reason and did something to snap them.
About your only choice is to see if you can find a local junkyard with a junk engine they will let you pull the studs out of. If you absolutely cannot find anything locally I could potentially look in my scrap pile as I am sure there is a couple of timing covers in there and pull a few studs out for you and ship them to you.
Thank you. It seems like the salvage yard or bwdz75 offer (he is a Kia tech) is the best solution for this pesky stud.I think these are the other two the dealership has shipped in, and the we're about half the size of what I needed. I wish the diagram was rotated to see where they mount.