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I tackled the plugs on my '11 Sedona over the weekend, took me about 2.5 hours start to finish. It was much easier than I expected.

I used this video to guide me. I did things slightly different than the vid (I removed the throttle body from the plenum so I could take the plenum completely out) but it's pretty much spot on what you have to do. The plastic plenum is very light compared to aluminum.

https://youtu.be/fORvahimoWk

My Sedona also has the press on engine cover so no 10mm nuts to remove for that.
 

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I've got to tackle my '11 Sedona soon. I've never changed the plugs, and I've put on at least 100K miles since I bought i (it's got 208K now)

I don't have the manual (long gone) - what kind of plugs are recommended?
 

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I've got to tackle my '11 Sedona soon. I've never changed the plugs, and I've put on at least 100K miles since I bought i (it's got 208K now)

I don't have the manual (long gone) - what kind of plugs are recommended?
go with NGK. Rockauto will tell you which ones fit.
I buy platinum ones. they last a long time. Usually the item will have a heart sign next to it showing which one is most popular.
 

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On certain models Kia have changed the plug spec. and these plugs are not available from third party suppliers - just check if with Kia what the latest spec is for your model.
 
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