About Hyundai Timing Chain
Timing chain is very similar as the timing belt, both can be found on a modern vehicle equipped with internal combustion engine. It also has similar functions as timing belt in assuring the crankshaft and camshaft timed properly. Technically, it keeps the cylinder head and valves in synchronization with the crankcase and pistons, so the valve opens or closes at the right time in relation to the position of the pistons. When the crankshaft finishes two rotations, camshaft needs to do one rotation.
Although timing chain is made of metal, it is still subject to wear and tear and even break over time; and once a faulty timing chain appears, not only severe damage will do to the engine, but the drivers may also expose to fatal accidents. In order to avoid any mishaps, you are advised to know about the symptoms of a broken timing chain. First, timing chain stretches and causes the chain to skip a gear on the camshaft or crankshaft so that engine misfires. Second, small metal pieces can be found in the oil. Third, vibration inside the motor and rattling noises as the engine idles. Expert mechanicals advise that you should change your Hyundai timing chain when the Hyundai vehicle reached at around 100,000 kilometers. And the genuine Hyundai timing chain is the best for the Hyundai in fitment and performance. What's more, a right timing chain could even lengthen the engine's lifespan.
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