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140,000 miles on my 2001 elantra...probably ready for a major tune-up, timing belt and water pump would you agree?

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I surely would agree
You are lucky to get so many miles from all items mentioned so far

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110,000 mile tune up


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Cylinder 1 is misfiring. The plugs and wires have been replaced.


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1) mis-gap / worn / damaged plug.
One Hyundia and small displacement engine,it can also be loose plug.

2) oil leak / vapor covering the cermaic portion of the plug.

3) clogged air flter. // change interval for small car is 12,000 to 18,000 miles.

4) clogged PCV on // 140,000 or higher mile vehicle

5) worn valve cyclinder // 160,000 miles +

6) worn timing belt with an old water pump //// 140,000 miles+


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I am unable to replace my timing belt on my 2001 PT Cruiser I have 120,000 miles on my car.....Can it make it to 122,000??? I am trying to get the money together as we speak........Do you know???


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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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Wanting to know the importance of changing a timing belt and what can happen if it breaks or skips a notch


If it skips a notch it will stat running like you need a major tune-up, now if your timing belt breaks you will have major engine damage this is an interference engine which means that the piston will hit your cylinder head valve's and the head will have to be remove to repair, it is recommended to replace the timing belt every 105,000 miles, also I would replace my water pump due to it is driven by the timing belt, if you just replace timing belt and then water pump goes bad you have still have major engine damage, hope this was very helpful.

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I was just told that I need to have a compelete


i dont see why you would have to take the engine apart for a timing belt you only need to remove a few items the belt and spark plugs should be part of the tune up wich is considered a major tune up wich should also involve water pump and filters

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Tune up


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