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I am guessing this is a 6 cylinder. You will need a spark plug removal socket. Usually 5/8 with a rubber fitting in the top of it to grab onto the spark plug. Locate your distribution center where the six wires feed out to the spark plugs. If you follow one of them you will get to the end where the spark plug is. Remove the rubber boot and that will expose the spark plug head. Get a ratchet, put on the socket and remove the plug. That is the easy explanation. Getting to the plugs may be difficult with what is in the way. You may need to remove manifolds or other things in the way first. From there you may need a couple of different socket extensions or knuckles to get into them. Let me know if you have any other questions.
Remove the plastic cover that goes over the engine (the one with the Hyundai logo).
At this point, you will see the cables that goe to each fo the spark plugs.
Noting their position, remove them.
The spark plugs are ready to be removed, turn counterclockwise and replace with manufacturer recomended ones.
My 2004 Verona had factory installed "NGK BKUR6ETB" regular spark plugs which I replaced at 30,000 miles. The 2005 model year is supposed to have Iridium spark plugs. To replace the spark plugs: 1. Remove plastic top engine cover. 5 nuts 10mm socket. 2. Unplug connector from each ignition coil. qty 6. 3. remove 2 hold down bolts per ignition coil. 10mm socket. 4. remove ignition coil, lifting straight up. 5. Spark plug is now accessible, use deep well 5/8 spark plug socket to remove.