Hey folks....this is my first post on your forum. In May of this year I bought my 17 year old daughter her first car. It was a 2006 Hyundai Sonata with the 3.3 Liter engine and 97,OOO miles on it. The car was well maintained and I bought it for just under $6K. I was sold on the Sonata's reliability and safety record. In June, my daughter was involved in a head on collision, in which the other vehicle was traveling at @45 mph. The impact spun my daughter's car around 180 degrees. She was knocked unconscious for roughly 10 seconds, but thankfully both her and her friend climbed out of the car with just a few bruises. It was a very scary moment for both my wife and I, but the car had done its job....it protected my little girl and her friend. About a month ago I bought her another used car....a 2004 Hyundai Sonata GLS with 94,000 miles and powered by the 2.7 Liter DOHC six cylinder. It came from Oregon (I live in Rochester, NY) and it's pretty much rust free. The original owner kept up on its maintenance with oil changes, radiator flushes, brake jobs, new tires, etc. However, she never replaced the timing belt. I did the job two weeks ago and made a YouTube video of it. Unlike other instructional video clips, my 15 minute clip is like a Powerpoint presentation with just information and pictures. I did this so the viewer could take their smart phone or ipad into their garage (or driveway) and pause the video clip while doing this job themselves. It's not a hard job, but it is intimidating because of all the components that need to be removed just to get at the belt. Changing both the timing belt and water pump yourself will definitely save you some big bucks. I hope this clip helps someone in the future. Sorry for such a long post!