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How do you change the timing belt on a 1996 Hyundai Elantra?

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2007-01-19 07:49:26
2007-01-19 07:49:26

disconnect negative battery cable rotate the engine in the normal direction of rotation(clockwise)until the no.1 is TDC remove the accessory drivebelt loosen the water pump pulley bolts and then remove the water pump pulley using a chain wrench or a strap wrench to hold the crankshaft pulley,loosen the crank pulley bolt and then remove the pulley bolt and the crank pulley.Make sure that you dont move the No.1 cylinder from TDC while loosening the crank pulley bolt.After removing the crankshaft pulley remove the timing belt retainer/guide flange remove the 4 upper timing belt cover bolts and then remove the upper timing belt cover.Remove the lower timing belt cover bolts make sure that the timing belt camshaft sprocket timing marks are aligned with the top of the cylinder head if your planning to re-use the timing belt put a directional arrow indicating the normal clockwise direction of rotation on the belt remove the timing belt tensioner pulley bolt and then remove the tensioner pulley remove the timing belt remove the timing belt idler pulley bolt and then remove the idler pulley if the camshaft sprocket is damaged or must be removed to replace the camshaft seal or to strip the cylinder head for overhaul use a wrench to hold the cramshaft in place and then remove the sprocket retaining bolt.Then remove the camshaft sprocket from the end of the camshaft remove the crankshaft tioming belt sprocket

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