Question about Hyundai Accent
On the passenger side of the engine, at the top, there is an inspection cover. i believe there are 3 10mm nuts and bolts to remove this cover. look for any cracking, fraying, or discoloration. hyundai recommends to change these belts at 100,000 KM (60,000 M), and you should always go with the manufacturers recommendation, regardless of how good the belt may appear. there can be cracking in the belt that cannot be seen while the belt is installed. if this belt breaks, the engine will likely need to be replaced. i generally recommend to people that this not an item to try and put off until "it needs it", when it needs it it's too late! on the plus side, this particular vehicle is one of the cheapest timing belt jobs on the road. good luck!
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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