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I have a Hyundai Accent 2005. I would like to specify the location of the spark plug. Could you please help?
 

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The spark plugs are under the plastic and cover.
Three screws and oil filler cap must be removed
Then four bolts on top in middle of engine that covers the spark plugs and coils.
Look on youtube for video on how to change spark plugs
 

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Unless of course this is actually a diesel model as you've posted in that section

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I would like to specify the location of the spark plug.
Diesel engines have glow plugs, not spark plugs. They're located on the back of the cylinder head...
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The spark plugs are under the plastic and cover.
Three screws and oil filler cap must be removed
Then four bolts on top in middle of engine that covers the spark plugs and coils.
Look on youtube for video on how to change spark plugs
Can you give me the youtube link
Please
 

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Question has been posed that you have posted in the diesel section
So, do you have a diesel where there are no spark plugs
Or do you have a petrol engine?

Go to youtube and search
Youtube is a great resource which you should learn to use.
 

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Question has been posed that you have posted in the diesel section
So, do you have a diesel where there are no spark plugs
Or do you have a petrol engine?

Go to youtube and search
Youtube is a great resource which you should learn to use.
diesl motor thank you so much
 

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Diesel engines have no spark plugs.
But, they do have glow plugs to warm the engine block
See Autospark's post #4 for picture.
 
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