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See attached image for location of timing marks. When installing timing belt, first locate around crankshaft pulley, then idler pulley, left side cam sprocket, water pump pulley, right side cam sprocket, then the tensioner pulley.
No you have 8 cam timing marks on that engine then the oil and crank timing marks . Once you get the ones on the cams aligned then you have to lock the cams in place you have timing marks on the belt drive pulleys and on the back of the cam gears that have to be in perfect alignment . you have 4 cams that have to be in perfect alignment and the rear head is the hardest to get right. Then you have to turn it over by hand socket wrench on crank at least 21 times then recheck all the timing mark to make sure that they are still all in alignment. Buddy it's worth the money to have it done at the dealership. I kid you not because if they do it wrong they have to buy all the new valves and head gaskets oil and coolant to fix it and not you . Retired Hyundai tech.
hi from uk assume you have renewed c/belt and balance shaft timing belt? if so? and sure your timing marks on cams and the c/shaftcog are correct ? the oil pump also correctly aligned with marks? and the balance shaft gear also has time marking ? want to run thro how and which marks you have aligned and at TDC No1 all belt/s have to be aligned ??