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When to get a timing belt replaced on 2006 elantra?

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At 100000km or 60000mil.

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Timing marks for 2006 hyuandai elantra 4cyl


Go to YouTube, type Elantra Timing belt replace. There are a few videos that will show cam and crank timing marks. Very helpful stuff.
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Hyundai Elantra 1999 timing issue


It's a '99 Elantra, have you ever replaced the timing belt? It is a belt not a chaing, so it is very much should have the belt changed. After 13 years if you haven't done the belt yet now appears to be the time to change. I have an '05 and we changed it over a year now.

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How would you go about fixing the drivers side seatbelt. The belt will not retract in


Remove the plastic covers,and check out the retractors

The seat belt will be replaced as a complete assy.
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WHEN SHOULD I REPLACE THE TIMING BELT ON 2003 ELANTRA AND WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT TO PAY?


The timing belt should be replaced every 60,000 miles, this is very important because this engine is not free wheeling if the belt fails, this means the engines valves hit the pistons. The cost to replace the timing belt is about $300 but varies with local labor rates, the rate where I live is $100.00 per hour.

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My 06 hyundai elantra is in the shop right now for a repair of a head gasket, its almost at 60,000 miles. They said that a major service is coming up.....what type of major service are they talking about?


Major service means tune up and timing belt.
Look up your owner manual , there is a service schedule section , you'll find what needs to be done at 60k on your car , but in any case it shouldn't add up much more cost sience engine all apart,
And as for the timing belt (if you have one) , they have to replace it anyway , because when you do a head gasket , you take timing belt out.

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HOW DO I CHANGE SERPENTINE BELT IN A 2006 HYUNDAI ELANTRA?


first get apiece of paper and mark the routing othe bellt so u wont forget then look for the belt tentioner move it back

Mar 18, 2010 | 2006 Hyundai Elantra

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Noisy engine suggesting cam belt prob at 50,000 miles


Do you mean the "Timing Belt"? There is NO Cam belt.. .there is, however, a "Cam Timing Chain"... connects the Intake & Exhaust cams together under the cam cover (valve cover). Unless you actually INSPECT the Timing Belt, no one can know... the noise might be anything! Valve tappets, timing belt Idler pully, tensioner pully, water pump bearing, you name it. Solution: Take vehicle into Hyundai Service Center - pay the diagnostic fee - they will give you an estimate of repairs (if needed) (parts, labor, tax, time-frame, etc.). This way you'll know if there's actually a problem and what it is, as well as what's required to fix it... OR that there's nothing at all wrong.

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Hyundai elantra 2006 Squealling but stops when applying breaks.


Easiest way first.....if the belt is squealing (at idle), spray it with belt dressing or WD-40.....if it stops....may be the belt or the bearings in the alternator....if it continues only with driving.....brake wear indicator letting you know...brake job due!

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REPLACE TIMING BELT - ELANTRA DIESEL


Yes this can be done in place,remove timing belt side engine mounting,lower rear engine mount and front mount and engine can be moved over to leave room to get the plate bolts out that is in front of the timing cover,its awkward but can be done.

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