Question about 2001 Hyundai Sonata
I just did this today. This is how I did it and by no means I am a professional. You will find two 12 mm black bolts along with 3 12 mm zinc bolts on top of manifold these need to be taken out. Next on the left hand backside you will see a ground wire that needs disconnect. Right by this connection you will see another 12mm black bolt on the back side this bolts need taken out. there are two more of these bolts going across the back that holds a wire harness as well as the intake manifold. Next, I took of the flex pipe from air filter and disconnected the wire harness (gray and black) I believe go the air flow meter. this will help you get to the left side back bolt. the middle back bolt is right under the trottle cable brackets. I moved my cables being carefully not to move the 12 mm nuts to much. Next I took the bracket off which gave me room to get to the bolt. The manifold should be free to move now. be carefull and gentle when moving to look for any connection that might impede moving the manifold to the right side(brake fluid tank side) this will give you enough room to change all three plugs. Took me a couple of hours to do.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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