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My rule of thumb for Timing belts: replace at 60,000 miles, and every 40,000 miles thereafter. Having said that, I often let cars go until the timing belt starts showing signs of wear (usually every 50K - 75K miles)
But www.autozone.com (register free at www.autozone.com) is recommending for your car driving in "severe driving conditions" (aka normal stop-start driving) that your 2000 Sonata have: 60,000 miles - replace 90,000 miles - inspect for wear 120,000 miles - replace 150,000 miles - inspect for wear
The 155 page owners manual (I found one at the link below - you may prefer to try Hyundai) makes no mention of the timing belt at all.
a good rule of thumb for the gas cap is at least 3 clicks. if you fuel while running you will trigger the light. if it continues to stay illuminated, it would be a good idea to get it checked. it will come up with a small evap leak code. happy holidays
Well to tell you the truth with so many sensors you need to put the car on a scanner to fix the problem.You dont want to be changing part after part and not fix it,can get expensive.Get it scanned pay 40 to 70 dllrs get a report and you can change the part.But open you hood and look around it can even be a vacum line.Good luck.I can guide you thru changing the part.
I had an issue where the ABS and ESC lights would go on and wouldn't turn off unless I restarted the car (sometimes they would light up again even if I had restarted). This was because the speed sensor was broken on my back tire. After the dealership replaced it, (under the 36,000 mile warranty) all was good and I have yet to see the lights come back on.
Issue: ABS & ESC would not turn off
Solution: Replaced broken speed sensor on tire