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How often do I have to change the timing belt

What is the recommeded mileage to change the timing belt on Hyundai Tucson?

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On the 2L (4 cylinder) engine it is recommended to inspect the belt at 37200 miles and replace the belt at 56000 miles.

On the 2.7L (V6) it is recommended to replace the belt at 60000 miles.

And, both these engines are interference engines (meaning if they break a belt, pistons hit and bend valves) which is not a pretty sight...

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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