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Yoy will get a diagram and how to do it from a workshop manual (Gregorys or haynes) as it is involved to explain here. Strongly suggest you have a hyundai qualified mechanic do it as it will save you money in the long run. IT is not just belts that need replacing but idler pullets and hydraulic adjuster (if you have one) as well as crank seal and cam shaft seal. Oil is the biggest killer of timing belts and all except the pulleys have oil in their presence.
The CPS for these motors is located in the front of the engine and the the timing belt cover needs to be removed to gain access. If you need further instructions on removal as well as diagrams, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send those immediately.
Click on the following direct, Free Link. It has several Diagrams including the Timing Belt + Marks for your 2004 Hyundai Sonata 2.4L DOHC In-Line 4-Cylinder Engine (located on the bottom half of the Page on the Link). There are additional Diagrams that will prove to be helpful while you are doing this...
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timing belt marks are as follows= crank at TDC marks are at 10 oclock the both cams marks at TDC are at 12 .oclock position marks are clear if you look theoil pump gear also driven by belt marks are approx 11 oclock position also marked thebalance shaft gear/cog must also be set to 9 oclock position when the b/shaft belt is fitted to hold theoil pump sprocket in its correct position remove the small screw/blank plug on side of block then use an 8 mm posi screwdriver insert into hole it should travel approx 60 mm to engage if not rotate pump gear 360 degree till it does locate fit main belt from crank anti clockwise to cams then tension same with b/shaft tensioner make sure you torque all bolts correctly any more info req'd come back hope this helps ?
this is easy to do without any valve timing marks ,no 1 plug remove and using a long screwdriver make sure its halfway down bore,take off rocker cover and look on end of cams for a flat groove in back of cam or a mark on the front cam bearing cap .If you cant see anything obvious then no 4 pushing the valves down and no 1 cam lobes pointing up with valves closed ,bring piston up to top, fit belt ,TURN WITH SPANNER TO CHECK IT FIRST then start up and go for a test drive to cafe for a coffee and bacon butty with brown sauce.