firing order


Asked by paul00000000 Jun 13, 2015 at 10:32 AM about the Hyundai Accent

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

need to find firing order for 2008 hyundai accent dohc16v

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Better yet go see this page, and see which engine is yours......................

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2.0L click for full screen

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All DOHC 16 valve 4 cylinder are it just does not make it clear which one is Accent this is 2.4L

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I was looking for the #4 coil pack placement I found the answer some have firing order 1342 left to right from passengers side to drivers side and others have 1234 I went with 1342 and was wrong so I took the coil I remover from what turned out to be #3 and put it in the right #4 and problem solved

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Glad you got it. You are sharp to figure that out. Sorry my information was misleading. Which one do you have, the 1.6L.. 2.0 or 2.4?

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@Paul00000000 Bro you where right on point with your post, I had the exact same problem and that was the solution I even had to switch the 3 and the 4 after that started right up again and with more power too..

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