Question about Hyundai Cars & Trucks
This site has a lot of manuals, but I do not know if it does repair manuals
Posted on Mar 02, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove or disconnect the following:
Timing belt sprocket alignment mark positioning for belt removal and installation—3.5L engine
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
I can give you a general answer from my Ford experience. The tierod ends are usually easy to replace. You should have a wedge tool like a "Picklefork" to separate the end sockets. You may be able to borrow that from an Autoparts store having a Loaner program. A pair of Vicegrips would help you grip the rod.
Just get a piece of wire to wrap around the thread or spray paint and mark the position on the rodend on the rod thread. You then count the turns needed to remove the rod end and then twist the new part the same amount of turns to reinstall it. Most people get a Frontend alignment after doing this work.
The sway bars again are not hard, just that you may run into disassembly problems from rust. There are no adjustments, just replace the part.
Posted on Jan 18, 2012
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