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What is the location of the fuel filter on a 2007 hyandai accent

Tried changing the spark plugs twice and still haveing a near stall issue every time i come to a stop

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You would probably need to change leads as well and or run an injector cleaner through and take a long drive to get it through nice. Pretty shaw leads though.

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SOURCE: i need to locate fuel filter on 2002 hyundai accent

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SOURCE: trying to find the fuel filter in a 2006 Hyundai Accent

YEP! It's in the fuel tank at the bottom of the fuel pump... it's called a 'SOCK.'

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SOURCE: Locating and changing spark plugs on 2007 Hyundai Sonata 4 cylinder

They are directly below the coil packs (10mm bolts).


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