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Location: Seekonk, MA
2004 Sante Fe
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I would assume the gasket SBR711 is quoting is the plenum gasket. This should be replaced since the intake manifold needs to be removed to access the plugs in the rear.
Your Santa Fe would have (6) coils, although these should be replaced on an "as-needed" basis.
I'd suggest changing the plug wires at the same time as the plugs since it would be a real kick in the balls to have to take everything back down to get them done later.
I believe there are 3 coils(each coil handling two spark plugs). Could be wrong though, but that is how it is with a 2.7. $700 sounds a little high to me, I think the local Hyundai shop wanted around $500 when I did my own spark plugs on my 2.7. With your high mileage, you should really do the wires at the same time you do your plugs. If you use iridium plugs, they should last you the life of your car.
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