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if your valves are bent ,then i take it your timing belt has snapped .which means your camshaft can not turn ., so you can not get a spark at the plugs.if it was the old distributor you would have been able to check the coil with a spark plug tester the trouble is with a coil pack it is controlled by both sensors and your ECU but due to the camshaft not turning so your camshaft position sensor can not tell the ECU to fire the coil pack.
The 2006 KIA Sorento is a smaller SUV
with a 3.5-liter V6 engine. This engine uses six spark plugs to run the
engine properly. There will be three spark plugs on each side of the
engine. All six spark plugs will need to be changed at the same time to
ensure that all six are working equally. The spark plugs are in plain
sight on the right and left side of the engine and have rubber wires
connected to the top of each one.
Insert the edge of the spark-plug gapping tool under the meal
arm in the center of the one of the new spark plugs and turn the gapper
until the number .038 is in the center of the metal arm. Repeat this
for all other new spark plugs.
Open the hood of the 2006 KIA
Sorento and remove a rubber wire from one of the spark plugs. Use the
ratchet and spark-plug socket to remove that spark plug from the engine.
Insert the new spark plug into the hole where the old plug
was. Hand-tighten the new spark plug until you are certain it is seated
properly, then tighten it further using the ratchet and spark-plug
socket. Replace the rubber wire to the top of the new spark plug.
Repeat for all other new spark plugs. Once you have replaced
all six spark plugs and replace the rubber wires to the tops of them,
close the hood.
I have a 2001 Stratus with the 2.7L V6. From what I understand, the engine compartments are very similar. When I change the rear spark plugs, I have found that I need to use a spark plug socket on a 6" extension, with an elbow socket. There isn't enough space in the engine bay to get straight over the spark plugs, and I have yet to find an easier way than simply using a elbow socket.
When installing new spark plugs, it's always a good idea to use a small amount of anti-seize on the threads.
neon engines are bad for plug wires that go into the head to the plugs for letting spark go down the plug to ground or through the rubber to ground ,replace the plugs and wires.Different wire sets for sohc and dohc