I can't answer the first question, especially for a second owner, but this
is the present warranty for new cars.
Covers repair or replacement of the following original Hyundai major
emissions control components that cause the vehicle to fail to conform to an
applicable EPA approved Inspection/Maintenance Program:
1) Catalytic Converter
2) Engine Control Module
3) Onboard Emissions Diagnostic Device (OBDII)
Other EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) emissions warranty parts are
covered under the 5 years / 60,000 mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty.
As for the timing belt, it is only critical if it breaks and destroys the
engine. Replacement is about $400. New engine, much more. I'd not wait
This pipe does indeed include the catalytic converter and is covered
by the 8 year/80,000 mile emissions warranty. So you should still be
within the warranty period on this.
I see very few timing belts break on this engine, so it's not very
likely to break anywhere near the interval. But, since the interval is
4 years/60,000 miles, you're now coming up on time to change the belt
for the second time. If it's never been changed, it's time to be a
little nervous about it.
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