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Pepboys: PowerSteering Belt $10 dayco with a 1yr warranty. $24 - 3yr warranty.
AC/Waterpump belt $10 dayco with a 1yr warranty. $15 - 3yr.
Idller/Tensioner 3pc pack $90.
Kragen: Timing belt - $62 gates. $68 beck-arnley.
Balance belt $28 beck arnley.
PowerSteering $25 goodyear. $21 gates.
AC/Waterpump belt $19 gates.
Auto Tensioner: $94 beck-arnley. $43 gates.
Hyundai (pasadena parts dept.)
Timing Belt: $113
|Wrap the timing belt in a clockwise direction starting from the intake cam sprocket. Keep the belt tight when installing over the exhaust cam sprocket, oil pump sprocket/ balancer, and crankshaft.|
The manual I read has the belt go on in the opposite direction, counterclockwise, starting at the crankshaft. I guess it accomplishes the same result your way...
[b]Nope, Not my way... I should have proof read what I swiped from the Hyundai TSB---- I suppose I "could" correct that error of their way...
I start at the crank, and work counterclockwise, so the last thing I have to do is turn the intake cam to hit the teeth on the belt correct....
My BIG issue is putting the belt on correctly so that the cams are timed. It appears that the cam marks and the marks on the housing only line up if the cams are moved outboard a sprocket or 2 from their at rest position on the valve springs...is this your take?
[b]Is kinda pain in backside with intake cam wanting to flip out on you.. the Hyundai holder tool is a piece of dooo doo, serves enough purpose that I can roll the cams together to align marks..
Anybody want to count belt teeth between the cam timing marks... so I will know if I got it correct?
[b]Before you remove the old belt, paint 1 tooth of the belt at each cog and the matching groove on the cog, then simply transfer paint marks to new belt... then put new belt on with paint marks back the way you took it apart.. then simply verify factory marks. That is how I do the 2.4 and the 3.5, as the 3.5 has (4) cams, so it is a lot more fun to deal with.. The pic gives idea on how to mark tooth on belt to groove on cog...
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