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Yes i took my hyundai xg 350 L to a hyundai dealer to get my timing belt changed and a transmission flush amd new spark plugs and wires and spent over twelve hundred dollars and my car is running worse then it did before ?

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Having once owned a trans repair business,I wouldn't
flush a trans,as you may get fine sediment in the valve
body and solenoids

I suspect they installed your timing belt incorrectly
or some othe issue

You should have a new water pump also
No one does a timing belt and not the water pump

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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Fig. Exploded view of the alternator-XG 300 and XG 350


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