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*I tried to post this earlier but I can not find the post anywhere (my history or otherwise)*I have a 2011 Hyundai Sonata Limited, with a 2.4L Engine.Upon inspecting the timing chain (under the valve cover), I notice that the timing chain seems to have excess slack. This is subjective opinion based on my experience with cars as I do not have an OEM manual or procedure. I measured the deflection (as shown in attached pictures) between the intake and exhaust cam shafts to be about 0.66". Can anyone confirm if this is a normal amount of slack? Does anyone have a procedure for verifying the integrity of the timing chain/guides/tensioner?
*I tried to post this earlier but I can not find the post anywhere (my history or otherwise)*I have a 2011 Hyundai Sonata Limited, with a 2.4L Engine.Upon inspecting the timing chain (under the valve cover), I notice that the timing chain seems to have excess slack. This is subjective opinion based on my experience with cars as I do not have an OEM manual or procedure. I measured the deflection (as shown in attached pictures) between the intake and exhaust cam shafts to be about 0.66". Can anyone confirm if this is a normal amount of slack? Does anyone have a procedure for verifying the integrity of the timing chain/guides/tensioner?
You gotta get that one out of a manual, still that does look pretty sloppy. The gears don"t look dished out at all. Always suspect is the tensioner. It"s gotta be there someplace. How many miles? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
You gotta get that one out of a manual, still that does look pretty sloppy. The gears don"t look dished out at all. Always suspect is the tensioner. It"s gotta be there someplace. How many miles? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
http://hemanual.beac.info/timing_chain_components_and_components_location-1090.htmlIt"s for an elantra I know yet . I"m betting the timing chain layout is very similar. Note the tensioner and arm that tension the chain. It doesn"t say how you tighten it or even if you can but at least that"s a start to knowing what the setup looks like. (Hopefully)Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
Here"s your original thread. You should be able to get to it via the search "find my posts" feature.http://www.tennis2007.org/yf-2011-sonata-i45/573753-2011-sonata-ltd-timing-chain-tension.html
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The 2010 2L Gen Coupe turbo has the same chain 2432125000 but they came out with a better one due to chain stretch for the Gen Coupe 2L in the 2013 model year.. Don"t know why you shouldn"t use it. 24321 2C000Ask these guys..... http://stores.beyondredlinestore.com/timing-chain-genesis-coupe-2-0t-revised/
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Mbellass, have you check the service manual here?Hyundai Sonata: Timing Chain. Components and Components Location - Timing System - Engine Mechanical System - Hyundai Sonata YF 2011-2017 Service Manual
The 2010 2L Gen Coupe turbo has the same chain 2432125000 but they came out with a better one due to chain stretch for the Gen Coupe 2L in the 2013 model year.. Don"t know why you shouldn"t use it. 24321 2C000Ask these guys..... http://stores.beyondredlinestore.com/timing-chain-genesis-coupe-2-0t-revised/
I"m glad you showed that. I found the elantra a while back but never could find access to the YF SonataSent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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