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Hi! Hello from Brazil! Is it possible someone have the workshop manual for G4FC hyundai engine in here? It is assembled on the 1.6 4L line.
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There is an online engine manual for the G4FD which is the GDi version of the engine. I'd imagine they are mechanically pretty similar.

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need info, new accent owner and i have this 2012 accent 5dr 1.6l 6 speed stick, i need a new ecu, the #4cly driver is bad due to a mouse chewing on the #4 cly ign coil wires and shorting out the coil and damaging the ecu. when i put a test light on #4 while car is running the coil stays powered on all the time, no on and off like it should, my question is can i put a used ecu from a another 2012 with the same part # on it and fix my problem for now until i can get the original one fixed?
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can i put a used ecu from a another 2012 with the same part # on it and fix my problem for now until i can get the original one fixed?
That will depend on where in the world your located. If your in the USA then you probably can just swap the ECU with one from a donor vehicle. If your located else where, you probably can't because of the immobilizer. On vehicles with a factory transponder key immobilizer the ignition keys are coded/paired to the engine ECU. If you use an ECU from a donor car you would also need the ignition keys that are paired to that ECU or the engine wont start.

If your in the USA and your car has push button start then you probably couldn't just swap ECUs either. I think ALL cars with push button start have a transponder type immobilizer.
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