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Posted on Apr 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hyundai getz
if the speedo still works then it will need a spedo unit if the speedo doesn't work it is either the cable or the gear in the trans to check the cable unthread from trans and attach a drill to the cable innereds spin the drill if the speedo does not move replace the speedo cable
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
If it says "airbag" on the stering wheel AND on the dash in front of the passenger,then it has a passengers side airbag.
Children are much safer in the back seat in the event of a collision.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
SOURCE: Hello i have a 1.5crdi Getz
2004 Hyundai Getz 1.5 CRDi 12V - 3 cyl. D3EA engine code
Note: Special tools are not required
1.1. Remove the ancillary drive belt
1.2. Remove the crankshaft pulley
1.3. Remove the timing covers
1.4. Fit a helpful tool to support the engine
1.5. Remove the engine support bracket then remove the engine support
1.6. Turn the tensioner body. Turn the bolt until the locking pin can be fitted, [A]
1.7. Align the pinholes and fit the locking pin, [C]
1.8. Losen the bolt, [B]
1.9. Turn the tensioner clockwise, [A]
1.10. As far as the stop
1.11. Tighten the bolt, [B]
1.12. Use a hexagonal wrench
1.13. Remove the timing belt
1.14. Check the gearwheels, tensioner and idlers for damage and wear. Renew if necessary.
2.1. Check the timing marks
2.2. Fit the timing belt
2.3. Fit the tensioner: Ttightening torque = 50 ... 55 Nm
2.4. Ensure the tensioner pulley locking pin is still in position
2.5. Loosen the bolt, [B]
2.6. Rotate the engine crankshaft two rotations by hand
2.7. Align the timing marks
2.8. Tighten the bolt, [B]
2.9. Remove the locking pin, [C]
2.10. Check the timing marks and tension again
2.11. Fit the engine support bracket
2.12. Fit the engine support
2.13. Remove the helpful engine support tool
2.14. Fit the timing covers
2.15. Fit the crankshaft pulley
2.16. Fit the ancillary drive belt
Posted on May 25, 2011
Loosen all the lines at the fuel injectors and crank the engine until the air bleeds out and then tighten the lines, you may have to do this twice.
Posted on Apr 25, 2012
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