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Since this vehicle has SRS/airbag you should take it to a certified mechanic.
Possible that the fuel pressure is leaking down over night. A leaky fuel injector or valve in pump could cause this.
Could be a exhaust restriction or possibly restricted fuel filter/low fuel pressure.
Alldata doesn't give me much information on the filter location, but if you do a google image search for 2010 Kia Rio oil filter, a couple of drawings come up showing the general location of the filter.
It is a tight area to work in. You might try removing the front tire and possibly lower the engine and access it through the fender well.
Most of the piping for the evap. system is located around the tank area. One possible cause for this code is a falty "leak detection pump". It's located under rear of vehicle just above rear suspension area.
Try cleaning the throttle body and idle air control motor and passage. Also make sure you don't have any vacuum leaks anywhere.
The noise your hearing could be from the clock spring. That's the electrical component that allows air bag and radio/cruise control funtions in a rotating component. Be very careful with trying to lubricate the wheel with any type of spray. Remember this is the airbag module.
Disconnect the negative cable at battery. Using a flat bladed tool, gently pry off the lamp lens. The bulb is easily removed once the lens is off. If your replacing the light fixture assembly, the overhead console may have to be removed replaced as complete unit as on some models it is part of the console.
I didn't see any service bulletins in reference to your symptom. This system is fairly complex and uses the body control module for door lock functions. GM has had some problems with the body control modules and that could be the issue here. The module requires programming when replacing, so I'd recommend a qualified repair shop with experience on GM vehicle.