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How to change the timing belt

I need to know how to take everything off without destroying the motor. I can't seem to find a diagram anywhere and I don't have a lot of money to take it into a shop. At first we thought it was the fuel pump then a sensor but now it's the timing belt but we can't seem to get to it. Are there any how to's or diagrams that I can find anywhere?

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  • ffilipina3 Nov 02, 2008

    umm yea too bad they don't have anything for a HYUNDAI ACCENT

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Go the a book store get the Hayes book.
if you have a liberary near you, then go there, you will find what you need.

being there, done that!!!!!!!

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