Learn how to change the ignition coils on Kia / Hyundai four cylinder engine. Owners of Hyundai and Kia models such as Verna, Gets, Spectra, Cerato and Rio 5 will find these instructions helpful.
Replacing the ignition coil on this four-cylinder Hyundai / Kia engine is very simple and can take less than 30 minutes.
Even though not required, we recommend replacing all coils at the same time even if only one of them is the problem.
- Engine Misfire P0301 P0300 P0302
- Poor Fuel Economy
- Check Engine Light On
- Lack of Power
- Engine Shaking
- Engine Rough
These symptoms may also trigger the check engine light and fault codes such as P0351, P2311, P0352, P0350, P0358, P2302. The most common symptom of a failing ignition coil is engine misfire.
What you will need
- Open the hood of your Kia / Hyundai
- Disconnect the battery negative terminal
- Remove the engine cover. It is held in place with four 10 mm bolts
- Remove the white harness from top of the coils
- Remove 10 mm bolts that hold the coils in place
- Disconnect the electrical connectors from the ignition coils
- Pull out the old ignition coils
- Install the new ignition coils
- Tighten the 10 mm bolt that holds the coil. Be careful to not over tighten the ignition coil bolts or you will ruin the threads
- Install the engine cover and connect the battery negative terminal
How much does it cost to replace the ignition coil on a Hyundai Accent / Kia Rio?
- If you replace all coils expect to pay between $150-$250.
How to identify a Hyundai Kia faulty ignition coil which is causing an engine misfire?
- Turn off the engine. Unplug one the first coil. Start the car and see if that changed the way the engine runs. If engine is running rough that means that the coil you just unplugged is GOOD. Unplug all coils one at a time. When you come to a coil that makes no difference whether plugged in or not, that coil is BAD.
Hyundai Kia Check Engine Light On with Code P0350, what does it mean?
- It means that one or more of the ignition coils are defective. P0350 - Ignition coil, primary/secondary -circuit malfunction.
- Can I replace the ignition coils myself or do I need to take the car to a mechanic?
- Replacing ignition coils is an easy job even if you have never performed this job before. Make sure you work on a cold engine. Don't over tighten the igntion coil bolts or you can damage the threads.