Hyundai Santa Fe' Timing waveform

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Re: Hyundai Santa Fe' Timing waveform

Postby antthecat » Mon Jan 14, 2013 7:50 pm

Nice one, customers hey, always give you the information, it always depends on when though.

Hope its now easy for you buddy.

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Re: Hyundai Santa Fe' Timing waveform

Postby Avdr » Mon Jan 14, 2013 7:54 pm

antthecat wrote:Nice one, customers hey, always give you the information, it always depends on when though.

Hope its now easy for you buddy.

Ant

Aye, your MAFM theory may be bourne out yet if it turns out the valve timing is out...
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Re: Hyundai Santa Fe' Timing waveform

Postby Avdr » Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:49 pm

Got some time to look at the camshaft dowel pin issue today, and the reluctor issue on saturday. Both perfectly fine, pin has been replaced but its in no way unservicable.
Nodule on camshaft is also fine.
Have spoken to the original garage regards getting injectors bench tested. They might be able to borrow another santa fe.
Fingers crossed..
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Re: Hyundai Santa Fe' Timing waveform

Postby Avdr » Mon Feb 11, 2013 6:58 pm

Just to follow up,

Car was returned to the original garage, I wanted a proper injector test doing by an injector specialist. All has gone quiet, the last time I spoke to them, the injectors had not yet been tested. Owner was wanting to sell the car.

I also heard second hand that the first time it was rebuilt, the headgasket supplied was incorrect, and starved the head of oil. Apparently an overheat and seizure followed. Another something I wasn't made aware of.
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