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What could be the problem? Could it be the shock sensor?

The timing belt of my accent 2010 cut and bend 8 out of the 16 valves, after replacing the valves it does not shock for it to start

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Why any time my v belt cut i must replace some of my valve


It sounds like you are talking about the Valve timing belt, which is not a v belt but a toothed timing belt. The belt needs to be replaced according to the MFG maintenance schedule. Some engines, probably yours is called an interference engine, wich means that if the Valve timing is out of MFG specifications due to breakage of the Timing belt, the valves will be hit by the piston and bend the valves. If you are a DIYer, I strongly recommend you purchase a Repair manual from your auto parts store. or you can try filepeep.com if they have it, or manualslib.com. You can also borrow from your local library.

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Timing belt broke on hyundai accent how do i replace it and the timing marks


1st you may want make sure that's not an interference engine. if it is then chances are the valves are bend in the head. changing the timing belt probably won't help then. If its not an interference head, then you would need a timing mark diagram which can be found online. be very careful that all marks are aligned. when finshed installing the timing belt, rotate engine by hand twice and re-align marks before putting the rest back together! hyundai should be able to tell u if the engine runs interference or not.

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hi from uk the cambelt timing marks for accent 1.3/1.5 petrol are as follows= the cam cog has a hole drilling between the outer toothed and the central securing bolt this hole at TDC number 1 cyl is at top central and lines up with a V cut in the cyl head at rear of cog ? the crank cog at TDC number 1 cyl is a pop mark on both the cog and on thefront face of engine quite noticable ! these line up and are at approx 12 -30 pm when viewed fit new belt from crankcog in anticlockwise ie crank then cam then tensioner HOWEVER! if you are considering just replacing belt and tensioner ? be warned this engine is an interferance engine that is to say if belt fails whilst driving there may/will most probably be damage to the valves (bent) due to contact with pistons so would advise caution and suggest compression test all cyls after fitting new belt and tensioner and before rebuild completely once valves have bent they will not contact pistons again but you will have serious missfire/s and probably back fire up inlet manifold coupled with failing to start if engine is high milage ? consider removal of cyl head and check? de coke and replace damaged or best all valves then engine will have improved performance and more milesin future hope this helps

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Is it pretty easy to replace the timing belt on my 2007Accent?


Timing belt replacement is NOT easy and not for the average do it yourselfer. Installing the belt incorrectly can cause severe engine damage by bending the valves, breaking pistons etc. Take this one to a professional.

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My car is not firing right,


when your engine breaks a timing belt it bends one or more valves in the engine cylinder head, that is the problem, u have bent valves.

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