Question about 2001 Hyundai XG300
The back end says 1,3,5 cylinders in back 2,4,6 cylinders in the front does it matter which spark plug wire goes where on a 2001 hyundai XG300
Yes it does matter, big time.
You start by putting the spark plug wire for #1 on the distributor, on the #1 spark plug. #1 is usually the first plug in the rear on the passenger side. Then figure out which way the rotor rotates, usually clockwise. Then put the plug wires on in the order of the firing order. It is not in numerical order.
If you did not take them off already, just do one at a time.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You change One spark plug, and One wire at a time. Do you know where your timing belt is? If not, its on either the right or left side of the engine. There is a covor to the timing belt. You take the First plug that is closest to that belt. Then you work your way to the next closest all the way to the last one. Remember, you have to do ONE at a time.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Do you know whether or not you have an aluminum block? Also, is that # 6 a firing order for your spark plugs/boots? If you have an aluminum block, the block has to be 100 % cool. Don't even start it before changing a spark plug. It is very easy to misthread when replacing causing shavings to get inside and then you basically have the problem all over again. You also need to put dileletic grease as well as anti-seize on the plug or boot. Any time you change plugs/boots on an aluminum block, be sure that you keep the hole covered as not to get any foriegn object inside. Also, make sure that the gap is correct even though it is supposed to be when you purchase it. It is usually a good idea to change all your plugs at the same time instead of just one if you are trying to trouble shoot, to save $$ like the rest of us. Good Luck, I hope this helps. Let me know, OK?
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Well I went ahead and took a go at changing the coils, plugs and wires yesterday. It literally took maybe 15 minutes and my hands didn't even get dirty. This is something that the auto place wanted to charge me 650 to do. I spent 200 on parts. I didn't realize the coils were the things sitting on top of the spark plugs. I think my 4 year old could've done it. All I had to do was unbolt the coils detach the wires and then replace. It was too simple.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Here's a photo - remove cap, disconnect connector to bulb, move bulb retainer out of the way & extract bulb - installation of new bulb is in reverse order.
If you want to replace the entire ASSEMBLY, there are three (3) 10mm bolts holding the assy. Remove them, then slide assy forward to access connectors - disconnect them.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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