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How replace timig chain in accent dohc - 2007 Hyundai Accent GS Hatchback

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I'm pretty sure he's talking about the cam shaft transfer chain on the dohc 1.6. Runs from exhaust cam to intake cam. Seems no one has the answer on set up.

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Should be 1.6L engine. easy to replace but is a belt not chain. unless you know how to line up camshaft / crankshaft, I'd pay for the labor. full kit on RockAuto.com is about $50

remove front right wheel, unbolt engine mount top passenger side, loosen accessory pump at top, remove timing belt covers (upper & lower), replace belt and idlers from kit.
to reassemble....reverse steps.
yes, it is that simple BUT not for a neophyte. inspect original belt before replacement, if no cracks, I'd leave alone. mine had 145,000 at replacement and was still good.

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