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Timming belt broke on my 01 Hyundai Sonata while driving

Is it a spinner motor or should I be worried that it bent valves.

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Yea you should always be aware that engine damage can and will most likely occur. If you stop and turned off the engine immediately I wouldn't worry about it. Just install a new belt and tensioner make sure its on the correct timing before operating your vehicle.

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Timing belt broke at about 55 miles per hour. do you think the valves are bent and what parts do I need to buy other than belt? Oh 2001 hyundai sonada with 2.6L motor. THANKS Jimmy


The 2.4l and 2.5l engines are interference engines, meaning it is highly likely that you bent your valves when your timing belt broke. Besides the timing belt, you may need a new belt tensioner and pulleys. I would replace the water pump too.

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Hyundai sonata changed my timing belt and engine would not start?


Why did you change the belt? Did the belt break first? If the belt broke the engine may have bent valves in the cylinder head. If you were just changing it because it was time you may have gotten the crankshaft to camshaft timing off or out of time. Does the engine sound normal when you spin it over with the starter? If it sounds faster than normal it probably has bent valves. Tommy

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I have sonata gold timing belt braoken now i want to change it but i dont no where is the timing marking pls tell me about this


hi from the uk if your timing belt broke whilst driving? then i'm afraid you cannot just fit/replace belt as you will have caused damage either serious? or hopefully minor to the valves ie you will have bent some valves due to the designe of engine however to assess damage will req cyl head removal for investigation on damage ? the belt may have either broken or the tensioner collapsed causing belt failure ? these belts req to be renewed as a kit as specified in service manual/handbook if you do intend to D I Y ? the repair/s then i can scan/e mail you full instructions + diagram of c belt and timemarks+tensioner but advise you check out damage 1st b4 proceeding further ? hope this helps and wish you luck

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I have a 2002 hyundai sonata 4 cylender, it stopped running on me. It was towed to a shop(not Hyundai) I've purchase a fuel pump(they discovered that it wasn't the fuel pump) I've purchased spark plugs...


if jump time that should be it timing marks and the tensioner are to lined up an also install new tensioner and recommend water pump if driven by the timing belt. if it has bent valves cause you jump time usually the car won't trun over at all.

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Timing mark location and set up for t-belt, engine broke t-belt, just replaced head assy


TIMMING BELT MARKS
NEED MORE INFO ON ENGINE 4 CYL OR 6 CYL
ALSO IF YOU JUST REPLACED THE HEAD ASSEMBLY MEANS YOU BENT THE VALVES WHEN THE BELT BROKE. TIMMING MARKS ARE DIFFERANT ON MANY MAKES PURCHASE A CHILTON MANUAL FOR THE YEAR AND MAKE OF YOUR CAR THESE MANUALS ARE GREAT AND TAKE THE GUESS WORK OUT OF THE TIMMIMG MARK ISSUE

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Jul 06, 2009 | Hyundai Motor 2004 Sonata

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Timming belt broke at 65mph


7 year old vehicle.

If the timing belt broke it means the pistons have hit and bent the intake/exhaust valves ! You need of consider the cost of repair verses getting another vehicle.
These are the choices.
1) Rebuild the engine. Remove head, replace valves/guides gasket, intake/exhaust manifold, fuel injectors, air breather, etc etc labor $$$ !
2) Replace engine - remove old engine remove intakexhaust manifold, air conditioning, radiator, battery etc, etc labor $$$.
3) Sell the vehicle for what you can get and get another one $$$.

You will have to decide which is the cheapest in terms of money and your time.

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Change timing belt


don't chance a engine failure...you ca get timing belt info at the public libuary.  Haynes or Chilton Manuals

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