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Hyundai Accent Spark Plug

Your Hyundai Accent is going to be so excited when you tell it that you found the perfect spark plugs for its engine. Spark plugs ignite the fuel mixture in your engine, providing the power to make your car go. They sit atop the cylinder head of your engine and receive a spark from either electronic ignition or a distributor cap and rotor in older cars.

When you replace your spark plugs, you can upgrade your vehicle’s performance and bring it back to the way it felt when you first bought it. See how below:

  • Improved fuel economy – If you have a worn-out spark plug, you can expect to see a reduction in your fuel economy by as much as 30%. Replacing it will help regain that lost efficiency.
  • Consistent combustion system – Spark plugs allow for the continuous production of combustion, leaving your vehicle’s system running smoothly.
  • Your vehicle starts smoothly – When you turn the key in the ignition, you can feel your vehicle start easily and effortlessly.
  • Less harmful emissions – Replacing your spark plugs can improve not only gas mileage but also emissions

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Sample Hyundai Accent Spark Plug Replacement

Car Service Estimate Shop/Dealer Price
2008 Hyundai AccentL4-1.6L Spark Plug Replacement $306.67 $364.59 – $515.85
2011 Hyundai AccentL4-1.6L Spark Plug Replacement $286.67 $344.61 – $495.88
2004 Hyundai AccentL4-1.6L Spark Plug Replacement $286.67 $344.61 – $495.88
2015 Hyundai AccentL4-1.6L Spark Plug Replacement $310.03 $373.79 – $542.56
2001 Hyundai AccentL4-1.5L Spark Plug Replacement $286.67 $344.62 – $495.91
2016 Hyundai AccentL4-1.6L Spark Plug Replacement $307.39 $370.51 – $537.32
1995 Hyundai AccentL4-1.5L Spark Plug Replacement $291.67 $349.47 – $500.64
1997 Hyundai AccentL4-1.5L Spark Plug Replacement $291.67 $349.84 – $501.30

Please note that the compatibility information on this page may change after the update and release. Also, please understand that vehicles launched after that date are not reflected in the information.

MODEL ENGINE
SIZE
ENGINE
CODE
SPECIFICATION FROM
TO
DENSO T.T IRIDIUM
T.T
IRIDIUM
POWER
IRIDIUM
TOUGH
QTY
ACCENT 1.3L 4Cyl 12V G4EA LC 00-05 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
ACCENT 1.4L 4Cyl 16V G4LC RB 10-17 IXUH20I XUH20TTI IXUH20I VXUH20I 4
ACCENT 1.5L 4Cyl 16V G4ECX LC 00-02 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
ACCENT 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4ED LC 02-06 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
ACCENT 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4ED GLS MC 05-10 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
ACCENT 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4FC RB 10-15 IXUH20I XUH20TTI IXUH20I VXUH20I 4
ACCENT 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4FD RB 11-19 IXUH20I XUH20TTI IXUH20I VXUH20I 4
ATOS 1.0L 4Cyl 12V G4HC IL44,MX 98-00 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
COUPE 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4DF,G4GF FX RD 96-02 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
ELANTRA 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4ED XD 00-06 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
ELANTRA 1.8L 4Cyl 16V G4BB,G4GB XD 00-06 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
ELANTRA 1.8L 4Cyl 16V G4NB MD,UD 10-15 IXUH20I XUH20TTI IXUH20I VXUH20I 4
ELANTRA 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4GC XD 00-06 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
ELANTRA 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4GC HD 06-11 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
ELANTRA 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4NA AD,ADA 15- VXUHC22G VXUHC22G 4
ELANTRA LAVITA 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4ED FC 01-10 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
ELANTRA LAVITA 1.8L 4Cyl 16V G4GB FC 01-10 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
EXCEL 1.3L 4Cyl 12V G4EH,G4DH X-3 94-00 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
EXCEL 1.5L 4Cyl 12V G4EK 12V X-3 94-00 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
EXCEL 1.5L 4Cyl 16V G4FK 16V X-3 95-00 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
GETZ 1.1L 4Cyl 12V G4HD TB 05-09 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
GETZ 1.3L 4Cyl 12V G4EA TB 02-05 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
GETZ 1.3L 4Cyl 12V G4EA TB 03-05 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
GETZ 1.4L 4Cyl 16V G4EE TB 05-10 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
GETZ 1.5L 4Cyl 16V G4EC TB 02-05 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
GETZ 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4ED TB 02-06 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
GRANDEUR 3.0L 6Cyl 24V G6CT 30 XG 98-05 IK16TT K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 6
GRANDEUR 3.8L 6Cyl 24V G6DA TG 05-11 IK16TT K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 6
i20 1.4L 4Cyl 16V G4FA PB,PBT 08-15 IXUH20I XUH20TTI IXUH20I VXUH20I 4
i20 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4FC PB,PBT 08-12 IXUH20I XUH20TTI IXUH20I VXUH20I 4
i30 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4FC FD 07-12 KJ16CR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16L 4
i30 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4FD GD 11-16 IXUH20I XUH20TTI IXUH20I VXUH20I 4
i30 1.8L 4Cyl 16V G4NB GD 12-17 VXUHC22G VXUHC22G 4
i30 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4GC FD 07-12 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
i30 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4NC GD 13-17 VXUHC22G VXUHC22G 4
i30 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4NC PD,PDE,PDEN 16- VXUHC22G VXUHC22G 4
i40 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4NC VF 11-15 VXUHC22G VXUHC22G 4
i45 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4KD YF 11-14 K16HPR-U11 KH16TT IKH16TT IKH16 VKH16 4
i45 2.4L 4Cyl 16V G4KC YF 09-14 FXU16HR11 4
iLoad 2.4L 4Cyl 16V G4KC,G4KG TQ 08-16 IKH16TT IKH16TT IKH16 VKH16 4
iMAX 2.4L 4Cyl 16V G4KC TQ 08-16 IKH16TT IKH16TT IKH16 VKH16 4
ix35 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4KD EL,ELH,LM 10- K16HPR-U11 KH16TT IKH16TT IKH16 VKH16 4
ix35 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4KD LM 10-15 K16HPR-U11 KH16TT IKH16TT IKH16 VKH16 4
ix35 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4NC LM 13-15 VXUHC22G VXUHC22G 4
ix35 2.4L 4Cyl 16V G4KE LM 10-15 K16HPR-U11 KH16TT IKH16TT IKH16 VKH16 4
LANTRA 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4CR J-1 90-95 W20EPR-U11 W20TT IW20TT IW20 4
LANTRA 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4GR J-2 95-00 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
LANTRA 1.8L 4Cyl 16V G4CN J-1 90-95 W20EPR-U11 W20TT IW20TT IW20 4
LANTRA 1.8L 4Cyl 16V G4GM J-2 95-00 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
LANTRA 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4GF J-2 95-00 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
S COUPE 1.5L 4Cyl 12V G4EK SLC 91-96 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
S COUPE 1.5L 4Cyl 12V G4EK-TC Turbo SLC 91-96 K20PR-U K20TT IK20TT VK20Y 4
S COUPE 1.5L 4Cyl 8V G4DJ SLC 90-96 W20EPR-U11 W20TT IW20TT IW20 4
SANTA FE 2.4L 4Cyl 16V G4JS SM 01-06 IW16TT W16TT IW16TT IW16 4
SANTA FE 2.4L 4Cyl 16V G4KE CM 10-12 K16HPR-U11 KH16TT IKH16TT IKH16 VKH16 4
SANTA FE 2.7L 6Cyl 24V G6EA SM 00-06 IKH16TT IKH16TT IKH16 VKH16 6
SANTA FE 2.7L 6Cyl 24V G6BA SM 01-06 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 6
SANTA FE 2.7L 6Cyl 24V G6EA GLS CM 06-09 IKH16TT IKH16TT IKH16 VKH16 6
SANTA FE 3.3L 6Cyl 24V G6DB CM 07-09 IK16TT K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 6
SANTA FE 3.3L 6Cyl 24V G6DF DM,DMA 14-18 VXUHC22G VXUHC22G 6
SANTA FE 3.5L 6Cyl 24V G6DC CM 11-12 VXUHC22G VXUHC22G 6
SONATA 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4CP-D 16V Y-3 93-98 W20EPR-U11 W20TT IW20TT IW20 4
SONATA 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4JP EF 01-04 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
SONATA 2.4L 4Cyl 16V G4KC NF 05-10 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
SONATA 2.4L 4Cyl 8V G4CS Y-2 88-92 W20EPR-U11 W20TT IW20TT IW20 4
SONATA 2.5L 6Cyl 24V G6BV 24V EF 98-01 IK16TT K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 6
SONATA 2.7L 6Cyl 24V G6BA EF 01-04 IK16TT K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 6
SONATA 3.0L 6Cyl 12V G6AT Y-2 90-93 W20EPR-U11 W20TT IW20TT IW20 6
SONATA 3.0L 6Cyl 12V G6DT,G6AT Y-3 93-98 W20EPR-U11 W20TT IW20TT IW20 6
SONATA 3.3L 6Cyl 24V G6DB NF 05-10 IK16TT K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 6
TERRACAN 3.5L 6Cyl 24V G6CU HP 01-07 IK16TT K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 6
TIBURON 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4GC-G GK 02-09 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
TIBURON 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4GC GLS GK 03-09 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
TIBURON 2.7L 6Cyl 24V G6BA GK 01-09 IK16TT K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 6
TUCSON 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4GC JM 04-10 K16PR-U11 K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 4
TUCSON 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4NC TL,TLE 15- VXUHC22G VXUHC22G 4
TUCSON 2.0L 4Cyl 16V G4NA TL,TLE 15-17 VXUHC22G VXUHC22G 4
TUCSON 2.7L 6Cyl 24V G6BA JM 04-10 IK16TT K16TT IK16TT IK16 VK16 6
VELOSTER 1.6L 4Cyl 16V G4FD FS 11-17 IXUH20I XUH20TTI IXUH20I VXUH20I 4
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Spark Plug for Hyundai Accent

Hyundai Accent Spark Plug
Better Parts for Better Performance

Application

Spark plugs are a big deal in your car. It helps to ensure efficient combustion and proper engine operation. While they are designed to last for several years, they will eventually need to be replaced. Plug types are specific to cars, so be sure to use the right one when replacing. Hyundai Accent spark plugs are designed specifically for use in Hyundai Accent vehicles. They are available at most auto parts stores. To install them, first remove the old plugs and gap them according to the manufacturer’s specifications. Then, screw in the new plugs by hand until they are snug. Finally, use a torque wrench to tighten them to the proper torque specification. With new Hyundai Accent spark plugs, you can be sure that your car will run smoothly and efficiently.

Power Your Engine with a Hyundai Accent Spark Plug

Your Hyundai Accent’s spark plugs create sparks that ignite the air/fuel mixture in the combustion chambers. Driving with bad spark plugs can damage your engine or catalytic converter. To avoid expensive repairs, have your spark plugs inspected as soon as possible.

Hyundai Accent Car
Hyundai Accent Car

If your Hyundai Accent hesitates or has difficulty accelerating, idles roughly, misfires, gets poor fuel economy, and has the check engine light illuminated, you probably need new spark plugs. If your car’s spark plugs aren’t working well, you may not be able to start the engine.

Symptoms

The check engine light comes on when there is a misfire.

One or more of your spark plugs may be failing, causing the engine to misfire and the check engine light to illuminate in your vehicle’s instrument cluster. To perform further diagnostics, you will need to connect an OBD2 scanner and scan for error codes from P0300 to P0312. This indicates there is a misfire in the engine.

Poor acceleration

Spark plugs are a critical component of the engine in your Hyundai Accent. If they’re not working right, you’ll have problems with your car’s performance. When you press on the gas pedal, the vehicle may hesitate to accelerate and it will take longer to reach your desired speed.

Rough or hard idle

When the spark plugs in your Hyundai Accent are bad, you may notice that the engine runs rough when idling. When you feel the vibrations, they may be noticeable in the cabin.

Low fuel mileage

If your Accent’s fuel consumption is out of whack, check the spark plugs. You can check the condition of the spark plugs by doing a visual inspection. If they look burned or damaged, it’s time to replace them.

Hard starting

If your spark plugs fail, it will take longer for your car to start. The ignition system in your car—which must ignite the air/fuel mixture in the combustion chambers—will have to work harder if the spark plugs are not working.

No start

If the spark plugs are worn or contaminated, your engine won’t start. If your engine misfires, or if it runs too rich, the MAF sensor and the O2 sensor may be to blame.

In Conclusion

The spark plugs and ignition coils are crucial components of your Hyundai Accent engine. If your car isn’t running as smoothly as usual or if it’s using a lot more gas than usual, you should definitely check the condition of your spark plugs.

Your owner’s manual recommends that you follow your engine’s maintenance schedule and replace the spark plugs at prescribed intervals to keep the vehicle running smoothly and improve gas mileage. When you notice that the spark plugs are beginning to fail, it is time to replace them. Waiting too long can damage the engine or the catalytic converter.

The spark plugs in your Hyundai Accent are like canaries in a coal mine for the engine. They help you determine the overall condition of your engine.

Normal wear

It’s important to replace your Accent’s spark plugs at the recommended intervals. If you don’t, they’ll wear out and stop producing sparks.

Normal Wear
Normal Wear

Rich air-fuel mixture / carbon fouling

A fuel-rich mixture can coat the spark plugs with carbon deposits. When this happens, the end of the spark plugs will look dark and sooty.

Rich air-fuel mixture
Rich air-fuel mixture

Engine oil leak

Oil leaking into the combustion chambers of the Hyundai Accent’s engine can cause its spark plugs to foul. If they do, there will be a greasy-looking black substance on the end of each plug and you’ll smell oil.

Engine oil leak
Engine oil leak

Coolant leak

A coolant leak into the combustion chamber of your Hyundai Accent’s engine can foul your spark plugs, which is often caused by a leaking head gasket or leaking intake manifold gasket.

Coolant leak
Coolant leak

Fuel additives

If you use fuel additives like octane boosters or fuel injector cleaners in your Hyundai Accent, the spark plugs may become fouled, causing orange or reddish brown colored deposits to appear on the firing end of the plug.

Fuel additives
Fuel additives

 

If your Hyundai Accent’s spark plugs go bad, you should replace them with new ones. Replacing them is simple and doesn’t require a trip to the shop. Just make sure that the engine is cold before you get started. Here’s how:

1. Unplug the electrical connectors from the ignition coils.

2. Take out the ignition coils.

3. Clean any dirt or debris from inside the spark plug tubes by blowing compressed air through them.

4. Using a ratchet equipped with a spark plug socket, unscrew the spark plugs.

5. Every time you change the spark plugs in your Hyundai Accent, check the gap with a gap gauge. It should be as specified in your manual.

Hyundai Spark Plug
Hyundai Spark Plug Gap

6. Insert the new spark plugs by hand, then tighten them with a torque wrench.

7. Reinstall the ignition coils, making sure their electrical connectors are securely fastened.

 

Best Spark Plug for Hyundai Accent (6)

Hyundai Accent Spark Plug

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Can you replace the spark plugs on a Hyundai Accent without removing the head?

It depends on the model. Some models do require the head to be removed, while other models have a removable panel that allows access to the spark plugs without having to remove the head.

If you’re not sure how your model Hyundai Accent is configured, it’s best to consult your owner’s manual or take it to a Hyundai dealer for servicing.

Is changing the spark plugs on a Hyundai Accent a tough job?

Hyundai Accent spark plugs are typically easy to change, however, there are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind. First, you’ll need a ratchet and a spark plug socket (either 3/8″ or 1/2″, depending on your model). You’ll also need a Torx bit if your model has them. Once you have the right tools, locate your spark plugs. they should be fairly easy to find – they’re typically located near the front of the engine on either side. Once you’ve found them, it’s simply a matter of unscrewing the old plugs and screwing in the new ones.

I've heard that Hyundai Accents have a problem with their spark plugs - is this true?

Yes, it is true that Hyundai Accent has a problem with their spark plug. This is a common issue with this car and can be quite frustrating. There are a few things you can do to try and fix the problem, but ultimately it may just be something you have to live with. The good news is that it’s not a safety issue and won’t cause any major problems down the road.

What types of spark plugs are there?

When it comes to spark plugs and your engine, don’t just assume that any old spark plug will do. You need to follow the instructions in your Owner’s Manual for the best results.

  • Copper spark plugs: The most basic, and the cheapest. They conduct well, but they tend not to last as long as other materials.
  • Platinum Spark Plugs: Platinum plugs are better than copper plugs because they resist heat better and help keep deposits from building up. That means they’re longer-lasting than copper plugs.
  • Double Platinum Spark Plugs: Not twice as good, but these spark plugs have platinum on two electrodes – the center electrode and ground electrode.
  • Iridium Spark Plugs: Iridium is stronger than platinum. Because of the cost of iridium, the electrode is thinner, but they deliver better power, better combustion, and longer life than other plugs.
Why should I replace my older spark plugs on my Hyundai Accent?

Replacing the spark plugs in your Hyundai helps the engine run better, right? You’ll be glad you had your spark plugs replaced when your Hyundai runs better.

  • Start your engine with confidence, knowing you’re driving with peak power and performance.
  • Fuel efficiency, which can save you money. Use as little fuel as possible.
  • Environmental benefits. Lower emissions, which means cleaner air.
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