Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Hiding from those who might be looking for me
I dont own Hyundai car, I drive everybody else Hyundai during day
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Tear the whole thing down and wash it all out.. keep tappets in same order as they come out, both intake and exhaust side,, they vary thickness for valve lash
Replace chains, guides, and tensioners, along with that oil jet pipe that shoot oil on chain.. You may find a round rubber biscuit between cylinder head and front cover,, leave it out when re-assemble,, that was a change they made later in life, new cover dont even have the tin attached
Watch cylinder bores for scuff, along with piston skirts.. maybe use aftermarket quality name piston ring set,, Hyundai ring set is low tension, so poor oil control
Balance shaft-oil pump... you not getting it apart,,,,,,, buy new using VIN on block, along with the bolts that hold to bottom of block (use VIN off VIN tag of block to order bolts),,, DO NOT TOSS old bolts till new install,, 3 or 4 different length used in various combo,, That why I say USE VIN on tag on donor block to order parts..
You'll want new head bolts also,, DO NOT USE old head bolts
Torque wrench everything
Use the caulk gun tube of Hyundai RTV,, let sit 24hr for good start on cure..
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