I have a 2009 Hyundai Accent and I hate it. I've only had this vehicle for 9 months and it is costing me too much money to keep fixing it. I've replaced the plugs and coil packs. Now it won't run.
I want to stop paying on it because
I'm not putting another dime in this
vehicle. Someone told me that when
it gets condensation under the hood it
causes the plugs to go out. What
should I do?
no? did it run before you changed the plugs/coils??does it turn over and not start...you replaced the parts?
Condensation can be a problem...maybe in a gas tank that is kept near empty... but under the hood, causing plugs to 'go out'? Somebody is yanking your chain. That is just silly.
But if you could please answer Kelly, that would help
The spark plugs on that car are good for 45,000km.. about 30,000 miles. I don't know what they put it it, but most cars these days the plugs are 100,000+ miles. Just illustrates the quality. http://cdn.dealereprocess.com/cdn/servicemanuals/hyundai/2009-accent.pdf
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