Question about 2009 Hyundai Elantra
Do it yourself timing belt replacement
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This one is simple
1. Remove dip stick and filler cap.
2. Remove oil plug from oil pan and drain oil into an appropriate pan.
3. Remove and replace oil filter. (Filter will drain oil, just be aware to try and get it into the pan.
4. Refill oil. Start with 3.5 quarts, put cap and dip stick back on and start car, wait about 10 seconds and then turn off.
5. Check your dipstick for proper oil level.
And thats it you are done.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
I would go to auto zone and get a diagram and the timing belt and do it yourself and the water pump (no it does not have to be changed everytime the timing belt is changed but if the car has over 60,000miles then it is best to change them both) it is not that hard especially if the car is not out of time just make sure you disconnect the negative side of the battery
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Just the belt if that is all you need. I would replace all the other belts as well. The Water pump pully has to come offYou can visual the pump better at that time. The easiest way to get the pully back on and off is to remove the Power steering resevoir and transaxell mount in fron middle. Jack the engine up as high as you can get it. Put a block under the pan when jacking to spread the push force. this will tilt it back and up so the pulley will stay ion the water pump nub. It is a two piece pully.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
you might need to get a prybar or something such long, and try to pry it off the belt, it should go easy right away. It is a spring-inside assembly, and won't brake. There also could be a 3/4 hole in it, look from a side. It's for middle size ratched, it can be used to loosen the tensioner from serp. belt.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
You have two bolt sizes the shorter or smaller of the two sizes is called M10 the torque is 22ft lbs +65 degrees +65 degrees again The larger of the two bolts is called a M12 the torque for these are 26ft lbs +65+65. There is a tightening order staring at the top center bolt and working in a circle They have to be torqued in three steps. If you dont under stand something about this repost and I can help you farther. If this is helpful please mark that it was I do this for free to help people DRIVE SAFE TIM
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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