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Old 01-09-2012, 04:13 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Default Timing Belt Replacement 2004 V6 3.5L

Hello Forum,

I am going to attempt this on a V6 3.5 SantaFe 4WD. I have read this and other forums and have a few questions on parts needed.

I found at RockAuto Timing Belt component kit SKF Part # TBK323WP With water pump Includes Water pump $414.79. Seems a little expensive and not sure if i would need some of the parts listed.
http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/moreinfo.php?pk=2848404


Quantity
Description
Component
1
BELT
T323
1
Camshaft seal
11608 ????
1
Idler
TBP85002
1
Kit instruction sheet
457TBIS323P
1
Seal installation sheet
ACC322
1
Tensioner
TBT75000
1
Timing cover seal
14671
1
Water pump
W1461130


Also wondering about the Power Steering Pump, Alt, crankshaft sprocket, and the Cam Position Sensor and Crank Angle Sensor?

Should I wait until tear down to inspect these parts before ordering? Kit says tensioner but is that the Auto Tensioner unitand pully?

What other parts would be needed and should I order the kit or individual parts as needed?

Is there another site anyone could recommend for parts or should I just go to autozone/napa/checkers???

Any help or suggestions on this job would be greatly appreciated...

Thanks
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Old 01-15-2012, 03:24 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Removal

2004 hyundai santafe 3.5l timing belt tear down part 1 - YouTube

Replacement

2004 Hyundai Santa Fe timing belt part 2 - YouTube
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Old 01-15-2012, 04:37 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Oh my.. I dont know where to start.. 2hr for the mount ?

Idler preload adjust.. I see you recycled the tensioner,,, NO NO.. When you set the pre-load on that ider pulley, you did have the piston compressed and pinned right ??? Then after preload set, you removed the pin ... right ?

Sensor in way of removing belt.. nope, belt come right off with out touching crank sensor.
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Old 01-23-2012, 09:27 PM   #24 (permalink)
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After completing the Timing belt change. (Thanks to everyone for the write ups) I am getting a P0340 code, which is the camshaft position sensor. The car does seem to have a mild misfire, but runs great otherwise. Could I have disrupted the sensor? Is there something unplugged or disconnected? PLEASE HELP!!
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Verify the timing marks again, I suspect the Bank 1 cam is out of time with the other 2 marks.
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Old 01-24-2012, 02:19 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Perfect diagnosis!! Another hour to rip it open again, but as stated bank one was a whole tooth misaligned. THANKS SOOOO MUCH for your accurate and timely reply. If anyone is looking for PICTURES for the valve cover gaskets, intake manifold gaskets, timing belt etc. I took a bunch of pictures as I completed my work. I won't bother with a write up because so many have already done so. Much appreciation to those who have written before me. Anyway -- for pictures email me @ my user name @hotmail.com
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mudmammike, I am trying to do the timing belt on a 2002 Sonata 2.7 V6. When I tried to look at your pdf file for your '05 Tucson, I got an error message saying "file corrupted. can't be recovered. Is it possible for you to repost a clean pdf file or email it to me directly at raymarciano@gmail.com. I would sure appreciate it.
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Old 02-05-2012, 05:19 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Awesome write up and thanks for providing pictures, as well! That's very helpful for those of us who are visual learners.

I agree, the easiest way to learn about these cars is to see them torn apart;

The ultimate way to do a 3.5 timing belt lol


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Just a note on a problem I just came across and how I got around it.

After unbolting the crank pulley and doing a great deal of wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, it seemed the pulley was moving but sucked back on as soon as I let go. After some investigation it appeared the roll pin used for proper orientation was seized in the pulley and the crank gear was moving right along with the pulley. What to do, What to do? Tried heat and sprays, drift punch, drill ( those pins are hard ). No good. Finally I took my tin snips and cut the belt and then pulled the seized pieces as an assembly. Wasted a great deal of time and by then the dealer and anywhere else I could get new parts was closed. Even after I could easily work on the pieces they could not be separated without being damaged. Just something to consider when you price your job, you never know what could be waiting for you!!
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Majority of the time it is not the roll pin,,, it is the damper overlap on the crank cog that is stuck... you do not state which engine you playing with, but if 2.7, you can re-use the cog if you get it out of pulley without damage, just be sure to clean the nose of the cog and the ID of the crank pulley where they fit together..

If 3.5,,, you likely broke the crank position sensor, and now have 3 loose pieces of crank sprocket.. Dont try to recycle.. buy a new part..
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