proverbs26verse11: I own two 2011 Accents (manual) with close to the same mileage 37,000 miles on each and the factory plugs went bad on both cars already. The maintenance manual that came with both cars says 12 months or 15,000.
proverbs26verse11: I bought my directly from the dealership for my 2011 Accent and they said they come with the correct gap. I installed the plugs today and the car runs fine now!
proverbs26verse11: I bought the plugs from the dealership and they said they were already had the correct gap for my 2011 Accent. Today I replaced all four plugs and it runs fine now, no misfire. If the gaps were wrong, I do not notice it because it runs fine now.
proverbs26verse11: Thank you, I had no clue of how to safely disconnect the coil wires with those clips. Your video showed me how to do it correctly without breaking them and allowed me to replace my own plugs. Your care to share this video with your knowledge saved me over $100 from having the dealer do it. My 2011 Accent has 37K on it and started to misfire bad, then threw the engine light flashing and then solid. After changing all the plugs, everything is fine now! Thanks again!
Autotechviewpoint: Yes if you replace the coil for cylinder #3 and it is the reason for the misfire, it will fix it
Autotechviewpoint: Kind of special. Spark plug sockets have rubber inside to grip the plug so you can pull it out with the socket. Otherwise you can use a deep socket, but have to use magnet or fingers or something to get the plugs out.
Matt Olson: Is that special 5/8" socket required to do this? Or would a standard 5/8" socket work?
josh jna: You never put in a gap on the plugs
Autotechviewpoint: The number one cylinder is next to the timing belt (chain), so 1,2,3,4 counting from the timing belt (chain) end
apclark88: My 09 accent is throwing a miss fire code in cylinder 4... Don't kno if u count left to right or right to left. Little help please
HobbyMachinistFlics: Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
akaluptosae: Dude its not a single over camshaft . Its 16vlave double overhead camshaft !!
Jason Wright: Great video, thanks for the info. North Carolina, United States.
AL FAISAL: thank you good video . saudi arabia
MrSteve123123123: great video dude. very simple, best to do yourself.
ifyoumust00: thanks! i got a quote of $240 from my local shop (what?!?), told them to pound tar and with your help was able to get this done!
Dustin Frye: Thanks for letting me see what I am getting in to on Saturday. My accent made it 74k before the third cylinder started to misfire. I am going to start with this first. Thanks!
steve syvan: good video,show every step in detail for beginners like me...thanx
gereral1: I replaced mine after 3 years, 65 thos klm on my 2009 hyundai accent. i torqued mine to 19 foot pounds according to the service manual. I used platinum OEM spark plugs purchased from Hyundai and did not apply anti seize. You do not need to if you do this according to the service intervals. Torque them to prevent stripping. Buy your self an inch pound manual torque wrench that goes from 0-50 foot pounds to do this.
Autotechviewpoint: Usually expensive means you can leave them in longer. 50-100,000 miles. I would recommend whatever the car came with from the factory, do not go for the gimmicky spark plugs, 3-4 electrode plug types...