does any other items have to be changed when the timing belt is changed like the water pump,ect.
timing belt change on 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe
MOST POPULAR ANSWER by Bret Bodas ,
June 23, 2009
It is a good idea to replace the timing belt tensioner, idler pulleys and the water pump when replacing the timing belt. If any of the front engine seals are leaking those should be replaced as well.
(Just a reminder that the timing belt should be replaced at every 60,000 mile service)
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