HYUNDAI TIMING BELT MARKS
How to Install a Hyundai Accent Timing Belt | It Still Runs
Hyundai states the timing belt on an Accent should be changed every 60,000 miles. The timing belt stretches over time and the automatic belt tensioner self-adjusts to keep the belt tight, however, when it reaches its limit of travel it stops as the belt continues to stretch.
Hyundai Timing Belt, Hyundai Timing Belt Replacement
Overheating of your Hyundai may also be caused by a defective Hyundai timing belt, since it's responsible for driving the water pump, as well. If your water pump gear is not being pulled by your Hyundai timing belt, it won't be able to perform its cooling function to your engine.
How to Know When to Replace Your Timing Belt
You should replace the timing belt on your Hyundai about every 60,000 miles. If you have a long commute or travel often in extreme weather, you may also have to replace its water pump at the same time. While that can be a costly repair package, preventative maintenance will
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