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Tucson 2005 v6 engine left hand drive. Camshaft snapped near the end. What cam is it? If you are standing at the front of the car looking at the engine, it is the camshaft nearest you (the one nearest the front bumper) and where would I buy one. Thanks

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  • richard tiatia Apr 04, 2011

    Tucson V6 from the USA. The one of the camshafts snapped just behind the sprocket. I want to know which camshaft it is. (e.g. left exhaust cam). If you look at the engine from the front of the car, the gear box is on the right hand side. The 3 cylinders closest to you has 2 cams on it. It's the camshaft closest to the middle of the engone which is snapped. And where would I buy one? Thanks

  • richard tiatia Apr 04, 2011

    Yes thank you very much, I can now buy the cam I need knowing that it's the right one. Cheers.

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Your v6 engine has two cams, one for each head, or bank or cylinders. That cam would be the left head cam (or front) and is not interchangeable with the right side cam (or rear). You can buy your new cam here at Overnight Autoparts.. Click on the link to see parts for your 2005 Tucson.

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  • John Fourteen Six Apr 04, 2011

    Your engine has two cams. One for each bank of cylinders. The cam on each bank does both, intake and exhaust duty's. There is no front intake or front exhaust cam, the one cam does both jobs. Look closely at the page I linked you to. Your car came stock with two different engines. A 4 cyl. and a v6. The page I linked you to, list both engines, and you have to look at the bottom of the listing for your engine type and for the front or rear cam. The cam which you describe to be broken is the front cam. Hope this will Fixya up.

  • John Fourteen Six Apr 04, 2011

    Now if your car has the 3.0 or 3.5 v6 which is not listed as being in the Tucson. The Tucson list the 4 cyl. and a 2.7L v6. The 3.0 or 3.5 engine does have 4 cams and if that is the engine in your car then the cam you describe to be broken is the front exhaust cam.

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Make a free account here and have fun with this site.
http://www.hmaservice.com/

There is everything that you ever wanted to know on here. Kinda hard to navigate though

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  • Brad Brown Apr 04, 2011

    IF you went to that site it is the manufacturers site and it will have the diagrams and part numbers for all the engine parts as well as service information. I use that site a lot. Being ASE certified I am well aware of the problems that you are facing. Getting a cam is going to be interesting. You are going to have to shop around and see what you can come up with. The dealer is going to be the best place to start BUT getting parts from them is not quick. On the other hand those cars have 10 year warranty and the cam failure that you are describing is not common. So it is worth a shot. The other thing that you can try is salvage yards.

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