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DIY 2008 Elantra timing belt video 2 of 2

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Published on Jul 9, 2011

2008 Hyundai Elantra timing belt change video. DIY video part 2 of 2.

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ThePariss333
Cranshaft Bolt Torque is 115 to 123 Ft Lb; You don't have to put it to the Top. It can be 120 FT.
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ThePariss333
Tensioner Torque is : 16 to 21 FT LB; it Doesn't have to be 21 FT
t64169
Great Video, What kind of camera are you using?
mvburch
@ARMZ0906 Thank you for the information. As I have stated before, I am not a professional mechanic and if you are then great. I performed this repair 25 thousand miles ago and my car is running great. Maybe I am just lucky! 
mvburch
@ARMZ0906 If you want to follow the recommendations from Hyundai and professional mechanics? then you should replace all belts, tensioner, idler pully, and water pump to do this repair right. I had to cut corners somewhere due to budget and this is how I chose to do the repair. 
mvburch
Some people recommend changing both the idler and the tension pulley while you have the parts exposed. I do not know that you would really have to change either one if you are willing to take the chance that it will not go bad before your next timing belt change. I did just the tension pulley.
mvburch
I only remember the one bolt that moves the pulley back and allows you to pull the belt off ofthe air conditioning
mvburch
@Mainbwana What is the type and year model of your vehicle? I just want to make sure that my answer applies to your situation.
mvburch
I do not mind if you use a still photo from my video. If you can tell me the still that you need, I could email you a HD quality pic. This was recorded in HD (h.264 compression)and then downgraded for web posting.
mvburch
1.You attach the pulley and have the main bolt loose. 2. Next you use an allen wrench to align the arrow. 3. Next you snug the main bolt with a socket wrench while holding the tensioner in place. 4. Remove the allen wrench and follow up with a torque wrench to set the main bolt. Note that the torque wrench does not cause the tensioner to become misaligned when you tighten.

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