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the #4 Coil has obstructions that will not allow me to remove the Coil. It appears to be a fuel line and something else. The Coil is shown in the attached photo. The silver line with the Hex nut above and to the right of the Coil is a fuel line that i undid but it will not move. The other line to the left of the Coil (note light blue plastic) is the main obstruction. I do not know what that is or how to disconnect it.
Does anyone know what do I remove, and how do I remove it, to allow the coil to be removed.
 

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Is this query unique to the Canadian models?
 

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Is this query unique to the Canadian models?
I do not know if it is unique to Canadian models or not. All videos I have researched do not show the removing of this Coil. I am hoping the photo will illustrate the issue I am having
 

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I do not know if it is unique to Canadian models or not. All videos I have researched do not show the removing of this Coil. I am hoping the photo will illustrate the issue I am having
I have the same problem, USA Kia , anyone have any suggestions?
 

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That is your high pressure fuel pump. It is driven by a special dedicated 'lobe' on the cam shaft.
Try to disconnect it from the valve cover without disturbing the fuel lines. You may get enough wiggle room to get the coil pack out. If not, you have to deal with the fuel lines. Be very careful!
 
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