Question about 1998 Hyundai Elantra
You do NOT have to take it to the shop,i´m in the same progress right know. you only have to uptain the right settings or make you´re own marks on the krank and cam wheel´s. then loosen the tensioner,and remove the timingbelt. the only problem you might have is removing the belt because of the engine brakket. simply put a jack under the engine (remember a block of wood between) and remove the brakket. the belt is hidden under a plastik cover witch is easely removed.just use you´re common sens and it is a really easy job.REMEMBER to uptain the right tourqe values for the belt and bolt´s. these can sometimes be aquered at a shop or at haynes .com.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
Timing belt, you have to rip half the motor apart and make sure it's aligned up perfectly. If your asking for help with this, please save yourself the trouble and take it in. If you do it incorectly you'll ruin your valves or more. PLEASE take it in instead.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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