Posted on May 27, 2009 Click on the following direct, free Link. Insert the crankshaft pulley bolt back into the nose of the crankshaft so the engine can be turned. If not the pulley itself does come off if you have to, however, I do not recommend removing it if you don't have to it's a b! I hear the sound at low speeds through parking lots etc. Loosen, but do not remove water pump pulley bolts. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa.
Two corrections about my response. Now have fun putting that power steering pump belt back on if it's a new one! Anyway, if you open the glove box, somewhere inside it will be a preventative maintenance schedule that tells you how often the oil should be changed, when new spark plugs are needed etc. The recommended mileage clearly varies according to car model. Did rubber belt technology get worse over the last 10 years? Also, I meant to make it clear that the timing belt wraps around two key components. And yes, I know that Gates lists it as an interference.
I will be contacting the mechanic and I would like to give him the benefit of the doubt as well as have as much info as possible. I decided to check every belt including her timing belt. Shouldn't be hard on any car. The cam shaft s determine s the movement of the valves. My question is about my 2004 Hyundai Accent with 1. If you do this you will not need to refer to a manual in order to set the timing. One thing I learned from youtube video is if you are prone to jack rabbit starts and heavier throttle, the belt will wear faster due to higher stresses on the belt according to John who does part one and two of replacing timing belt on 02 Accent! I haven't done anything like this before so it's confusing a bit.
If you go to a branded dealership one that sells cars they are going to be signifigantly higher in price on everything. Since your belt is broken the engine has lost track of its timing, so you might have to refer to a manual on your model of car to set the timing. Did you understand the rest of my comments? Drive belt was replaced at the same time. My wife is facing this issue with her 05 Accent. Apr 25, 2010 Click on the following free direct Link. It will take quite a few turns to lower it enough to pull the belt off, but that should be it. If reusing old belt, place mark on belt to indicate direction of belt rotation.
The timing belt connects the camshaft to the crankshaft and keeps them rotating in sync. My point in asking about which belt has to do with difficulty of repair. Click on the following direct Link. I just called AutoZone and they sell my belt and gasket covers. Remove engine support bracket, if necessary. It's reverse threaded but the design boils down to righty-tighty lefty-loosy.
The cams need to be lined up at their respective marks also, if this was done then look for loose connections, bad plugs, clogged pcv, or possible damage to the engine when the other belt broke. Thanks a lot Paul The Mark Twain reference is just part of my signature, nothing related to your post. If you go to a branded dealership one that sells cars they are going to be signifigantly higher in price on everything. It has the Timing: Belt and Mark Diagrams for your 2001 Hyundai Accent. The reason you need to get the timing right is that you do not want one of the pistons that has moved to its highest position to collide with the valves that might be in the lowest position.
Also even if this does not happen the intake of air into the pistons as well as the exhaust coming from and already combusted piston cylinder must be timed so that the internal combustion for each cylinder is timed properly. Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Loosen timing belt tensioner bolts, and move tensioner inward toward water pump. Inspection Check timing belt for cracks, cracked or missing teeth, and separating canvas. But like I said when you install the new timing belt, if you make sure the cam shaft pulley is in the same position it was when you removed it, and you have not moved the pistons at all then you should be good to go. Turn the engine clockwise until the timing mark on the crankshaft sprocket and block are aligned and the camshaft sprocket hole and mark on the camshaft-bearing cap are aligned.
The car just goes from fine to dead in the blink of an eye. Now look just below where that line would end, there should be a 12mm bolt head pointing downward sitting about. Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. If reusing old belt, place mark on belt to indicate direction of belt rotation. There are two types of timing in the car.
Make sure there is no slack in belt. I'll copy this email for my father in law who will help me, and see if he understands what you are saying. If the timing belt breaks, the engine will fail to operate. Power steering pump is essentially the same drill as the alternator, just no tightening bolt. It is just not worth the hassle.