timing chain tensioner on 2006 Hyundai Azera

I have my O6 Azera in the shop for the third time for timing chain tensioners first at 14,500 miles 26,000 miles and now at 36,000 miles . I had it to two different dealers What is going on???? Any help is greatly appreciated Thank You Mike

by in Mount Pleasant, PA on April 13, 2011
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ANSWER by on April 13, 2011
there is a tsb, not a recall, that address the tensioner issue. there is a list of parts required and service procedures that need to be done. there must be warranty on yours since you have had continued problems from 14k. press the issue with the dealer. you have a strong case here. thanks for using repairpal Roy
COMMENT by on April 13, 2011
I just came across a TSB for the tensioners with new part, dated OCT 2006, they used the new part the first two times I have the slips. I don't know what they are doing on the this, the third time .they haven't called yet. The 06 TSB , there is only one page and it says about the new part not any " service procedures that need to be done" The dealer and i are going to have a great discussion when I get there any aditional info ,please pass it on Thank You
COMMENT by on April 14, 2011
good luck, be persistent. Roy
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