Joel N: nice Brian, I got a question here where I can not find the answer and I
cannot figure out . some one did timing belt on 03 Hyundai sonata 2.4 and
they left the balancer out time also cam both one tooth retarded and the
crank shaft reluctor installed backwards , the customer was driving the
vehicle hard start, and misfiring during driving , i corrected the timing
and vehicle did not runned ok so I remove the spark plugs and found 2 of
them cyl 2 and 4 smash like the piston hit them , so I replace all 4
vehicle ran good I took it for test drive about 7 miles on the way back
starting misfiring , when I got to the work place I remove all spark plugs
and I found number one complete smashed, that is weird I checked on the
auto parts for oem and no oem plugs and compare them all of them have the
same length in the treads , do you have any idea?? plugs I installed were
oem all time
51Stroker: $300 for a head? I payed about $500 for my Golf, and that was Chinese,
regular price $1100.
Shane Fleming: I have been told Hyundais before 2006 are notorious for problems.
s nav: junk the pain in the arse garbage.
wilsonryder: ez way of not letting this happen to you is do the freaking timing belt the
ejhoney1: hey brian i was wondering once you compress the lifters to get the oil out,
when i put it back together will the engine reprime the lifters or do i
have to soak them in oil
brianthelion: Last Hyundai I had with a popped belt I would just put a motor in when
those cables hit the pistons it can do slight damage to the pistons / rods
had 2 come back that I did head jobs on ended doing a motor anyway
briansmobile1: Right on. We checked the pistons- they were kissed, but they were Ok.
Oscar Mercedes: Lol beware H
bestmastermind951: 300 bucks for a reman. head is cheap! a honda head for an integra is 500
agbz: This happened to me once and had to pay nearly $2400 for a shop to do it.
It happened again and was told the engine needs a rebuild. They said one of
the spark plugs was smashed completely. Would you consider fixing it at
home or does it take a bit of expertise? Seems like you know a lot because
you're doing it at home(?). Thanks.
hllywd964: Have you ever worked on a Santa Fe with the 3.5 liter motor?...I hear that
changing the timing belt on that engine is a bear, dealing with the quad
briansmobile1: @zaidusa I got it from the dealership with the VIN number
PUREAAMERICAN: Usually the balance shaft belt breaks the half of the U off of the crank
sensor then the pieces throw, strip or break the timing belt. I am
surprised that your crank sensor looks cosmetically undamaged.
LKV: Looking at the pistons this engine seems to be out of adjustment or worn.
Also the plugs looks too dark on the center electrode? But nice video as
MrJadey1369: @briansmobile1 its taken some time to get this figured out but apparently
the new aftermarket sensor i bought stopped getting signals which was
probably why I could only get it to start and run 3 times before it threw
the code again and stopped it from running. So I went and bought a part
from Hyundai and its working perfectly. I also bought a new plate for the
sensor since mine was bent. This plate was not stamped properly so it was
also bent and would rub against the sensor so viewers beware!
briansmobile1: To be clear, that's for a used one.
briansmobile1: @zaidusa The plate has many names. Exciter ring, timing plate, signal
plate, resonance plate.
briansmobile1: Way to stay ahead of the game Craig! You're the man!
patlumbard: hey brian, i have a 2009 santa fe is that a common issue with that model
1toThe0power: Good vid. Great presentation, especially for those who are not aware about
how much is at stake if that belt is not replaced before it's too late.
bill ryan: i own 2001 santa pooper and twice the timing belt has failed both times
taking the cps,lucky for me that was it
auxmike: No matter how pretty they make em these days Hyundai's are still Hyundai's
and will never be a Toyota. My cheapo 2008 Yaris has a chain for crying out
loud! Timing belts are just a moneymaker for the dealers.... Don't buy
Korean cars folks, they are far below the Japanese makes.
briansmobile1: @crombieposterboy It's just the 02 and 03 4 cyl Santa Fe's. I feel like Dr.
Hibert from the Simpson's cartoon. It's so sad you just have to laugh to
cope. I did this for a customer- I am a professional. It was $2500. It
would have been double that if I did it at the dealership.
sleeksilver: FYI, Hyundai and Kia combined had far less recalls than Toyota did in
multiple years past. Don't listen to the bias folks, people like auxmike
don't know what they are talking about. - I own three Japanese vehicles
Serenidad y paciencia: Chain drive timing.... oldie but goodie....
briansmobile1: @cupcake1556 You're welcome. Thanks for watching/posting.
zerosoma33: Is the balance shaft belt the same as a cam balance belt? Just different
frankie2234: have a 2007 camry with 82,000 highway miles. Should i change out timing
belt soon, and do you recommend any other type maintenance while they are
in there????? Thanks
MrJadey1369: i found your video while trying to find some info on these CPS. this is my
second time replacing it. but after replacing the CPS and the balance shaft
belt, and fixing the timing, i still does not run. it is still throwing the
P0335 code being CPS circuit failure A. Should that angle sensor, (crank
plate or w.e you wanna call it) be replaced as well it does not seem bent
or damaged in any way. It also does not seem like the valves are bent.
chevelle396guy: The 2.7 V6 Santa Fe is a FAR better engine.
big guy: they were lucky the last one i tore down the valves were broke off and had
flipped upside down and punched holes in the piston.
sleeksilver: Also, to further emphasize how wrong you are, and how opinions don't
matter, please reference JD Power, TrueDelta, and Consumer Reports. All
three are statistically sound sources of research and reliability studied
and rate Hyundai and Kia just about on par with the Japanese makes. So,
they aren't "far below" Japanese makes as you would like to believe. Honda
is still the most reliable out of all manufacturers, that can't be argued.
So, in summary: Facts and real data >>> Personal opinion
MrShitrope: surprised it didnt bend the con rods or dent the main bearings
Albinus81: Yep - the $1K here is for a used one! :(
Jonathan Cruz: i have the same vehicle and it lasted 110,000 miles. when i replaced it it
was on the bare string inside the timing belt. boy am i lucky. :)
briansmobile1: @frankie2234 I'd do it at 90K miles if it has a belt. Some of the new ones
that are four cylinders have a chain that doesn't need to be changed at
all. You can tell by if the cover is metal or plastic. Plastic means a belt.
cupcake1556: Thank you
briansmobile1: In a way it's nice that the valves are as soft as they are.
zaidusa: @briansmobile1 where did you get the plate from ?? I tried to look it up
online and found nothing. Is it a dealer item ??
Dnuccio95ZJ: @briansmobile1 very haha
Jayson McBride: Brian is a hottie!
Craig Van Tichelt: I have a 2002 Santa Fe and just got my timing belt and tune up done. I did
tihs because of your video and the carnage that would happen if I didnt.
LOL Thanks a ton for making it brother.
Dnuccio95ZJ: @cupcake1556 timing belt is NOT covered under 100k warranty. timing belt is
considered scheduled maintiance and if it fails after 60k (which is
reccomended when you change it) if you didnt replace it, its considered
user error and is not covered.
briansmobile1: @alienc3 pass it on!
brizzlefizzle: I see the problem.....You drive a hyundai.
briansmobile1: @cupcake1556 I don't know. You'd have to ask Hyundai. This one was 8yrs old
and had 72K miles on it and wasn't covered.