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Maintenance schedule What is the replacement schedule for the timing belt on a 2004 Hyundai Elantra? If I replace the timing belt do I automatically need to replace the water pump. Do I need to do a coolant flush for the system? Thanks, Ed

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If the water pump is driven by the timing belt replace it and anything else that is driven by the timing belt(idlers and tensioner) , Also replace the camshaft and crankshaft oil seals while your there.
Never hurts to flush the cooling system and add fresh coolant/anti-freeze.
Hope this helps

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