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Location of spark plugs on 2.4

I found 2 of the spark plugs on top of the engine. where are the other 2 ?, on the back side. I believe I have a wire rubbing again, grounding out the plug again. hyundai has replaced the wires twice for a clyinder wire rubbing. Thanks

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Under the intake plenm you need to take the plenm off to access the plugs Always use factory plugs and wires the cost is not nearly as important as the quality

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