I'd put new rod and main bearings in along with the front crank and rear
main seals. You'll need a new gasket for the oil pump/front case
assembly. Since you've got the timing belt off, you should probably
Thank you hyundaitech, thanks to you I am now the proud owner of a great
running 1996 Hyundai Elantra. I hope to get a lot of miles out of this car.
It is in great shape now. Thank you again.
this is a great thread! i was just down by my stepson's and he has the same
problem (no spark,no start)on his 2001 Accent. he took it to the dealer who
put in 2 coil paks and a crank position sensor and the car ran for 2 days and
now the same problem. i checked the coils ,plug wires,for resistance and they
were fine but no spark, i also tested the wires with a spark plug tester,
nothing. i also checked the coil harnesses to ground with key on and got
battery voltage. could this be the same problem as above ? he's calling and
having it taken back to dealer to fix it again. we looked for the cranksensor
but couldn't see it right away and it was getting cold and dark out. any
suggestions or advice. this 1st trip to the dealer cost him $400.00. thanks
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