timing chain on 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

how much does a timing chain cost to put in this car

by in Far Rockaway, NY on February 04, 2010
3 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on February 04, 2010
When I look up this vehicle all the engines use a Timing Belt, so I will help you with that. The times range from 2.5 hours for the 2.4, 3.0 for the small V6 and 6.4 hours for the 3.5 V6. The timing belt runs about $75, though I would do a lot more than just the belt. To give a complete estimate, I need to know which engine you have. But for openers, just multiply the labor hours by the Labor rate per hour and add the cost of the belt.
ANSWER by on February 04, 2010
If this is a four cylinder it is critical to replace the timing belt when called for as they break prematurely on the Santa Fe.
COMMENT by on September 05, 2014
It is 3.3L 6 cylinders Santa Fe. The cylinders 2 and 4 are causing misfire, the coils were replaced and did not help to fix the problem.
ANSWER by on March 17, 2010
can someone tell me if my chrysler sebring 2002 4-cylinder has a timing chain or timing belt? if it has a timing belt then i will replace it as im hitting the 60,000 mark soon . thanyou
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