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2003 santa fe firing order

3.5l v6 just a simple question my santa fe threw a code saying cylinder 6 misfire so i decided to just change the coil pack but am not sure wich one is cylinder 6 theres 3 coils in the front of the engine and i take it the rest are under the intake so im hoping i dont have to remove it to replace the coil im a lil short on cash so i just plan on replacing the one coil and hope that the vehicle is drivable for now until next month for a full tuneup any help will be great thanks
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3.5l v6 just a simple question my santa fe threw a code saying cylinder 6 misfire so i decided to just change the coil pack but am not sure wich one is cylinder 6
Look at all 3 of them closely, see a white/grey spot on the body there,, may consider replacing all 3 the first time,, if it past 60 and you not done plugs yet, do them too, along with Hyundai wire set, as the burnt plugs put stress on wires and coils, thus the misfire.

there's 3 coils in the front of the engine, and i take it the rest are under the intake.
There is 3 coil on left bank (Bank 2) numbered 2 - 4 - 6..... Bank 1 under the plenum is spark plug wires,, it is a waste spark system
Dont let misfire go beyond detection,, Hyundai will melt catalyst and then you really be short on cash having to replace melted catalyst.

Do the 3.5 all in 1 shot, too much labor involved having to pick and poke at it. Pics show burn marks, wires turn white from age and leak voltage
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