Question about Hyundai Motor 2003 Sonata
Hi from the uk if your timing belt broke whilst driving? then i'm afraid you cannot just fit/replace belt as you will have caused damage either serious? or hopefully minor to the valves ie you will have bent some valves due to the designe of engine however to assess damage will req cyl head removal for investigation on damage ? the belt may have either broken or the tensioner collapsed causing belt failure ? these belts req to be renewed as a kit as specified in service manual/handbook if you do intend to D I Y ? the repair/s then i can scan/e mail you full instructions + diagram of c belt and timemarks+tensioner but advise you check out damage 1st b4 proceeding further ? hope this helps and wish you luck
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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