Question about 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe
I replaced mine. I had to remove the plenum to get to the rears. It can be a pain. When removing the plenum, make it easier on yourself and unbolt all of the brackets from the plenum first rather than remove all of the vacuum hoses etc. Also, you will want to replace the intake gasket. It's a thin, metal crush gasket. I also replaced my plug wires so that I wouldn't have to take the plenum off again any time soon.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
You shouldn't need any of that if you have the right tools for the job such as a swivel, extensions and the right socket of course. It wouldn't make any sense for them to build a vehicle in which case you would have to disassemble things from the cylinder head to replace a few spark plugs
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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