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Balance shaft timing on 1989 Sonata 2.4

I have a 1989 Hyundai Sonata with the 2.4 engine. The bearing on the balance shaft belt tensioner collapsed. What marks do I align when reassembling and how much tension should I put on it?

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no, when taken out should have been marked to go back the same way. when u joints changed did they move freely or were they stiff to move if so that can cause a out of balance problem

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Hi there. I can solve this dangerous problem you are having. You would loose acceleration at lights and intersections, the engine will shake and revs can go crazy. The issue is the MAF (mass air flow) sensor. It was recalled in 2001 as a safety problem as people died driving this model of sonata. If you connect your comp up to a diagnostic machine you will find its the MAF the problem is a problem that is hard to ctah on a diagnostic machine though as it comes and goes. You will need to replace the MAF ASAP as you can die from this fault and hyundai will not care due to the age of this car.

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if you changed the timing belt and balancer belt. you may be 1 tooth off. will miss like a champ if the belt was changed

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Click on the following direct Link. It has the Timing Belt Diagrams with Marks for the Camshaft and Crankshaft that you will need. It also has numerous other helpful diagrams for use.

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