Some of the timing belts are easier to change than others. What year,
model, and engine do you have?
You can find a wealth of service information (for free) at
www.hmaservice.com. You simply need to register for an account.
In case you haven't seen it, there's an extension for Firefox called
"IEView". If you go to a page that only works in IE or doesn't work well
in Firefox, right click anywhere on the page and select "View this page
in IE". It will open IE in a separate window. Very handy!
I couldn't say for sure, but I doubt it. As a former Netscape user, I
don't see any point in using it any longer now the Firefox and
Thunderbird (email) are available. I strongly suggest downloading and
When you go to the site, it tells you that it only works with IE.
Someone should slap the idiot who designed it, for that and other
reasons. I hate IE as much as anyone, but the Hyundai site is quite
reliable when you use it.
If you haven't done a few of them before, I would recommend that you not do
it. A mistake will cost you (way) more that you save. My 92(93?) Elantra
was screwed up twice by a certified (ASAE?) mechanic. New head.
Shop around, that quote is way high.
"clemkonan" < email@example.com> wrote in message
Yes. A timing belt is not a difficult job. Go ahead and replace idlers,
etc. that are in there also while you have it apart. As for the $800 CD -
don't waste your money. Check out the Hyundai web site and the manuals that
are on the site for free. If that doesn't float your boat, spend $25 for a
one year subscription to All Data.
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