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How to change the plugs anda/c belts - 2001 Hyundai XG300

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I changed the spark-plugs on my Hyundai 2001 XG 300. I bought a membership on one of those websites that offers step-by-step guidelines but, turns out it was not that easy. I believe there is a lot of information in the repair guide but not the essential one. For an instance, the guide never explained that i need to take the whole air-intake plenum off to get to the rear side of the engine, because the spark plug are exactly underneth the plenum.Just to tell you how complicated looked, when i changed the spark plugs i did the three on the front first, not a problem, piece of cake i even remember the brand, they were champion 3 sparplugs , but when i change the rear ones ... TA TAA guess what? different brand, I'm speculating here, but to me is plain, the owner before me, took his top of the line car to an automotive service shop, you know, for a tune up, but these lazy guys decided not to trouble themselves and just change the easiest one. Because it really is hard. You need to unplug quite some connections so mark them out with spray paint, there is two or three harnesses and then take the plenum off but mark all the screws too. I do not have much time to meke a really good explanation but i just save you a lot of trouble. so get your hands dirty. Have fun.

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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