Question about Hyundai XG350
Posted by Anonymous on
A drive cycle is simply the term for bring the engine up to full temperature. Once it does that, the drive cycle is complete, average time is usually 10-15 minutes.
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is a pain in the **** on the 3.5L. One trick I have found is not only do you have to take the hydrolic tensioner off, but it makes it easier if you also loosen the manual tensioner right by the hydrolic one. there are 2 holes in the pully. when you finally get the belt on when lined up correctly, turn the tensioner so the belt is really tight, you should be able to pull the pin on the hydrolic tensioner and put it back in. If the belt is too loose in front one of the cams will spin to one tooth off. have patience, these belts are a pain!!!!!!
Posted on May 11, 2009
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