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Replacing timing belt, requires complete step by step procedure, its not very easy process, but if there is exact procedure, then it gets easy to do this job.For complete step by step procedure with details and diagrams of replacing timing belt of your 2001 hyundai elentra , click this link below :----
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IT SHOULD BE SERPITINE BELT . SHOULD HAVE A TENSIONER PUT BELT AROUND PULLEYS THEN PULL UP ON TENSIONER TO GET BELT ON . JUST A WRENCH OR SOCKET TO FIT TENSIONER MAY BE A 15,17 MM.MAYBE UNDER HOOD A DIAGRAM HOW BELT GOES
You should not have to remove anything, go to local autozone have them look up your car they will give you the right size belt, look under hood there is a diagram of how the belt goes on. Belt may be tension self adjusted.
No it will NOT bend valves on this particular engine, if it goes out of
time. I would replace BOTH the timing belt and the drive belt at the
same time, since both are very inexpensive, even from the Ford dealer.
Line up both timing marks on both the cam and crank sprockets in the 12
o'clock position. The marks are very easy to see, once you remove the
timing belt cover. Hope this helps.