Question about 2006 Hyundai Sonata
You should not need an engine piston on such a new vehicle.
Do you mean a brake piston or something?
If you threw a timing belt, you don't have to replace pistons, just the valves.
If a piston really were bad, you need to take the head off, drop the oil pan, mark and remove the rod cap, and then push the piston and rod out the top.
If the car was not so new, you would also have to **** the ridge off at the top of the cylinder. But probably unnecessary after only 4 years.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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