Firing order 2017 Elantra 2.0
I am getting the code for the misfire on cylinder 3. I need to know the firing order to replace the ignition coil
The sixth-generation Elantra was introduced in 2015 in South Korea and released for sale in the North American market in 2016 for the 2017 model year. The 2015-2020 Elantra has been sold in SE, Limited Edition, Ultimate Edition, Sport, and Value Edition trim levels.
The firing order is not the same as the cylinder order. So if you replace the Coil Over Plug (COP) for the firing order number 3, you will have actually replaced the COP responsible for the number 2 cylinder. Since you stated that you're getting a code for a misfire on cylinder 3 the firing order number you are looking for is 4.
Cylinder order…1 2 (3) 4
Firing order……. 1 3 (4) 2
A couple quick things. First, the details of the code you are presented with are very important to pay attention to. If the firing order or the vehicle's mechanical timing signatures were in question, the code given would be structured differently. But since it was a cylinder that experienced a misfire the code given was to direct maintenance toward the cylinder in question. So given the diagram above, I have put in parentheses the cylinder number you should inspect.
Lastly, if you do happen to find that it is in fact the COP that went bad and not some other issue, I would suggest that you go ahead and replace all four of the coils at the same time. Generally, if one goes bad the rest will soon to follow. And since misfires can lead to other costly repairs, your vehicle's engine would be better off not having to experience them any more than necessary. The coils can be an expensive part to purchase depending on where they're being sold. So shopping around for deals can be very much worth the time and effort.
on every engine in every car the cylinders cascade backwards from 1-infinity from the front of the engine (side with the belt) to the rear (side that is bolted to the transmission). Your car has a 4 cylinder inline engine with cylinder one on the left side, cylinder 4 on the right. Replace the coil of whichever cylinder has the misfire, cant guarantee this will solve anything. Cylinder 3 has the misfire? replace the coil third from the left
A little late but maybe this will help someone in the future. If you are getting a misfire on cylinder 3 replace the ignition coil on 3. It has noting to do with firing order. Lot of misinformation about this online. The code is related to the actual cylinder.In this case 3. Not the firing order. The order of the cylinders on a Hyundai run left to right 1-2 -3 -4
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