Question about 2004 Kia Sedona
Need how to replace serpintene belt
Hi, Here is the procedure for a 2002 KIA Sedona 2.9, Engine code KJ. I I can not guarantee the followingprocedure is exactly the same as your car.
Warnings and recommendations Unless otherwise advised by the manufacturer, the following procedures are recommended: Always fit a new timing belt after removal Check the tensioner and idler pulleys; renew if necessary Never turn the engine in the direction opposite to that of normal operation Check the belt(s) for cracks, fraying, wear and oil contamination Note: The engine must be cold before timing belt adjustment Note: Avoid bending, torsion or traction General Before disconnecting the battery cable, check the audio system security code
Always check the timing marks before timing belt removal Removal Disconnect the battery Remove the radiator upper hose Remove the fuel filter unit Note: Do not disconnect the hoses
Remove the engine mount
Remove the bracket Remove the right front wheel Remove the air-conditioning drive belt Remove the ancillary drive belt Remove the ancillary drive belt tensioner Remove the coolant pump pulley Remove the crankshaft pulley Remove the timkia sedona instructions to replace serpintene belt - kj_t_dba_uk_6.jpg
Remove the tensioner Remove the timing belt Chekia sedona instructions to replace serpintene belt - kj_t_dba_uk_6.jpg, tensioner and idler pulley(s) for damage and wear Renew if necessary Installation
Check the timing marks Fit thkia sedona instructions to replace serpintene belt - kj_t_dba_uk_3.gif
Fit the tensioner
Adjust kia sedona instructions to replace serpintene belt - kj_t_dba_uk_6.jpg
Align the marks on the tensioner Tighten the tensioner (23.5 Nm) Rotate the engine 2 rotations by hand
Align the timing marks
Check the tensioner Repeat the procedure if required Refit the timing covers Refit the crankshaft pulley (373 - 392 Nm) Refit the coolant pump pulley kia sedona instructions to replace serpintene belt - carniv_j3tci_t_dba_uk_3.gifN> Fit the ancillary drive belt tensioner Fit the ancillary drive belt Refit the air-conditioning drive belt Refit the front right wheel (88 - 108)
Fit the bracket (36.2 - 53.9 Nm) Refit the engine mount
Refit the fuel filter unit Refit the radiator hose(s) Refill the cooling system Check for leaks Reconnect the battery earth cable Torque settings Tensioner: (23.5 Nm) Timing covers (6.9 - 9.8 Nm) Coolant pump pulley: (17.6 - 28.4 Nm) Special tools Special tools are not required
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is a diagram this will help you,good luck contact if you need more help. http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/tec_info/2002/kia/sedona/2002_kia_sedona_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
It's a bit of work for most unless you are a mechanic. I changed my 2003 kia (v-6) Is your a v6? CAUTION: be careful not to lose your timing marks on you dual overhead cams. They will spin a bit when you remove your old belt, due to the tension on the valve springs, so first, turn your crank pulley to the timing mark at top dead center. Also be careful for the timing cover. These are made of really cheap carbon fiber material that will erode upon handling....Again, unless you feel very confident in you mechanical abilities, don't try it....I will soon replace spark plugs on our piece of junk, and I'm not looking forward to that either., but I'm sure for the dealers cost of over $300, I can do it myself, even though I have to remove the whole intake assy.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
The recommended interval for changing the timing belt is in the owner's manual. Generally, this is every 60,000 miles.
P.S. I found the data on the internet and, it is indeed 60,000 miles.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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