My '02 Accent GL has the 1.6L DOHC engine. The recommended spark plugs, according to the owner's manual are: Champion RC10YC4 gap them at 0.039 to 0.043 inches NGK BKR5ES-11 or 1.0 to 1.1 mm I put new plugs in @ 30K & 60K miles as recommended. The 2nd set I put in were Champions. I had acceleration problems @ 75K and when visiting the dealer, I was told that the plugs were to blame and that I installed the incorrect ones. When I showed the tech the owner's manual, pointing out that the Champions were recommended, he just shrugged and said I shouldn't use Champions because their materials and workmanship have not advanced to meet the needs of newer vehicles. No answer as to why Hyundai recommends junk parts, but I put in some NGKs (which work well in all Asian Cars, so the tech said) and have not had trouble with the plugs since.
how do i change the spark plugs on a 2006 hyundai accent
The correct gap on spark plugs for a 2007 Hyundai Accent Is .044"
The spark plugs are located on the side of the engine, near the bottom. A four-cylinder engine will have two spark plugs on each side. A six-cylinder engine will have three spark plugs on each side.
Disconnect the battery, remove the engine cover, remove the spark plugs wires and boots, and remove the spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, replace the engine cover, and connect the battery.
where are the spark plugs for a Hyundai sonata that the year is 1999
how many spark plugs in the v6 2.7l 2003 Hyundai sonata?
The spark plug gap for a 2005 Hyundai Accent, according to spark plug manufacturers, is .044" (1.11mm)
remove three bolts on the top of the rocker cover dust cover then remove plugs in the usual manner
Under the dust cover. Remove the 4 bolts that are covering it.
how to change spark plugs on a 2004 Hyundai sonata 6 cylinder
firing order for Hyundai 1300cc accent 2001
NGK platinum plugs
On a Hyundai 2.7 (6) cylinder engine the (3) front spark plugs are readilly accessible from the front of the engine.... To access to the (3) rear spark plugs you must remove the intake manifold.
How ever many cyl the car is is how many spark plugs there are.
The proper spark plug gap for a 1995 Hyundai Accent is .044"
It's usually recommended every 50 to 60 thousand miles.
use factor recommended spark plugs most likely platinum
spark plug socket extention and rachet pull boots off plugs and have at it
The spark plug gap for a 2000 Hyundai Elantra should be set at .044 inches. New spark plugs will be preset at the factory.
I don't think they have Spark plugs. (Coils)