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Proper Spark Plug Wire Hookup to Coilpack

According to Chilton, the firing order of the 2.0L engine (VIN F) is 1-3-4-2.

The cylinders are numbered from left to right (left being by the oil filler cap) 1-2-3-4.
The coilpack from top to bottom is numbered 4-1-3-2.

While I was changing my spark plugs today, I noticed that the coilpack is wired on my 99 Elantra as 1-2-3-4. What are the odds that the last time I had the car in the shop for service, the guys hooked the thing back up wrong? Should I change the wiring to match Figure 27 on page 2-16 of Chilton's Hyundai repair manual? Or is it possible that the coilpack is set differently where it should be 1-2-3-4 instead of 4-1-3-2.

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Re: Proper Spark Plug Wire Hookup to Coilpack

Trust me if it was hooked up in the wrong order you would know it. Your car would be having problems
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Re: Proper Spark Plug Wire Hookup to Coilpack

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According to Chilton, the firing order of the 2.0L engine (VIN F) is 1-3-4-2.

The cylinders are numbered from left to right (left being by the oil filler cap) 1-2-3-4.
The coilpack from top to bottom is numbered 4-1-3-2.

While I was changing my spark plugs today, I noticed that the coilpack is wired on my 99 Elantra as 1-2-3-4. What are the odds that the last time I had the car in the shop for service, the guys hooked the thing back up wrong? Should I change the wiring to match Figure 27 on page 2-16 of Chilton's Hyundai repair manual? Or is it possible that the coilpack is set differently where it should be 1-2-3-4 instead of 4-1-3-2.

I have braced myself for slapping, go ahead.
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I came across this problem myself.

Hyundai has two companies make coilpacks.

and their squence is different.

All coil packs are labeled as to which plug goes to which cylinder.

follow that.

*My Hyundai sense is tingling!*
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