Question about Hyundai Sonata
I have Hyundai Sonata 2006 2.4, 4Cyl GLS. I am having a problem to find an oil pump replacement, it is look like some cars of this specific year has a particular oil pump, since when I look in the web, all oil pump that I found does not correspond to the one that I need. Pictures are very different to the one that my car use. VIN is KMHEU41CP6A212080. Any one know about this?, part number I hope it will help me. I have picture but I do not how to upload it here
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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well you have a main seal go out. what this means is there is an oil seal on the crankshaft behing the harmonic balancer. you also have a rear main seal this is on the crankshaft which is bolted to the flywheel and mounted to the transmission. if there was an oil puddle that means your oil pump is probably still good,however the replacement of the seal is not as easy as you might think. it is time consuming and tedious. If you wish to do this yourself, go to Napa or Oreilly's and spend the 20 bucks on the repair manual. it will have step by step instruction on your particular problem as well as other repairs. this is a good investment and will save you on labor costs. please rate this thanks and good luck keep me posted
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
I have a 2003 Passat GLX V6 and i havent been experiencing this issue, however from my experience with VW, the early 2000 models of the passat that have a 1.8T 4 cylinder engine have a major issue with what has been deemed "oil sludge" you have to be careful with this engine oil wise and make sure to get the oil changed every 3,500 - 4,500 miles and make sure you get the full synthetic oils for it and the proper filters :-) the turbo that is on this model heats up the oil to extreme temperatures and if not serviced regularly you will have problems.... i hope this helps! i would have someone check it again for this issue... hopefully you get to it before it becomes costly!
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
First pass, torque them to 30 Ft Lbs working from the center outward. Then go back again and torque them to 75 Ft Lbs.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
oil pump went out on my 05 liberty. the sending unit hook up has a red tab you have to slide over to be able to get the squeeze tab to release.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
Yes there is a sensor located on the front of engine on the transmission side(single wire). It cannot be "reset". Possibly loose connection at the sensor,or a faulty sensor, OR... you could be losing oil pressure inside the engine somewhere(lets hope not) these engines are designed to run on very low oil pressure compared to cars of days gone by. The sonata 4 cylinder runs about only 12 psi. The V6 is 7.6 psi or more.
So if it is an oil pressure issue it is extremely important not to run the car before it is fixed or you will need an entire engine.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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