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How do i change the timing belt on a 2005 hyundai santa fe grtd cdx thank you

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4 or 6 cyl engine??
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I have a 2005 Santa Fe with 69,000 miles on it. I am going to drive it another 3,ooo without changing the timingbelt. Should I be worried?


CAUTION: If your Santa Fe has the 4 cylinder engine (2.4 Lit I4), that's DEFINITLY a risk. Get the belt inspected! The 2.4 lit 4 cylinder is notorious for belt failure (even before 60,000 miles due to the heat generated by the engine in the timing belt area. There is also a balance belt accompanying the timing belt on the 2.4 lit -- it is also prone, but not like the timing belt).

If it's the 2.7 or the 3.5 Lit V6, I still recommend you have the belt inspected by a competent technician.

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Does the hyundai santa fe V6 3.5L have a timing belt or timing chain?


i do not know but you can call your local Hyundai dealership in the parts department and they be able to tell you if its a chain or a belt.

Oct 25, 2010 | 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Does the 2002 hyundai santa fe have an interference engine? It has a 2.4L 4-cylinder.


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All of the engines in Hyundai santa fe are interference engines, so you should regularly change your timing belt. The timing belt also drives the water pump, so it is always a good idea to change that too, if you have the engine apart for the timing belt. Here is a link to check out!

http://www.theautopartsshop.com/auto+car-usa+parts/hyundai+santa-fe+engine-timing-belt.html

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Does a timing belt have to be changed at 5 years or is it based on milage. I have a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe that only has 25,000 miles. Does the timing belt have to be changed because it is 5 years old?


Usually a timing belt replacement is based on mileage not age. However, I would have the belt visually inspected to make sure it still is in good condition. If the belt breaks it can cause serious engine damage. The inspection should cost you very little as most newer cars has inspection plattes that come off with a few bolts, you could even do it yourself. I would think that you are fine, but better safe then sorry. My hyundai elantra went for 120,000 miles with the same timing belt and is still going today with its new owner.

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When do you replace a timing belt on a 2005 hyundai


YES!! It's always better to replace a timing belt before it breaks. The cost of a timing belt break can become beyond comprehension. Don't try to get around this much-needed maintenance. It's WELL worth the money in the long run, and usually even in the short run.

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