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Old 01-12-2012, 04:36 PM
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I was just checking things out in my car and realized that the serpentine/drive belt had some cracks in it, and I wanted to do some preventative maintenance.


Are there 2 different belts
Yes, you have a P/S belt,,, and an alternator-A/C belt (wider/heavier belt)

I need to replace, if so which one is on the outside?
The first belt to come off is the alt-A/C belt... look down in with light, or remove panel and have a look..

I realized it is a very tight spot, I just want to be prepared before diving into this one.
Couple sockets, an extension or 2, and a ratchet is all you need. Usually just replace them when haviing timing belt done, as no added labor, just price of parts as we have to put a belt back on anyway to finish job.
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I just purchased a 2003 Santa Fe and was wondering could I also get the link to the service manual also ?
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If you remove the right ft wheel an then remove plastic dust cover you can then see the engine. At this poing you can see the belts, Loosen the 14mm nut in the adjuster pulley, Then below the pulley you will see a 14mm bolt, Loosen this bolt an the belt will then loosen. Then power steering adjuster is the same way! I will attach some photos of this.

Also if you need a Shop Manual let me know I well send you one!
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ive replace belt for alt /ac but it squeals sometimes when ac/ is turned on could it possibly be tensioner i was told to change tensioner ,,,,
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ive replace belt for alt /ac but it squeals sometimes when ac/ is turned on could it possibly be tensioner i was told to change tensioner ,,,,
Is the squealing continuous with the AC on or just when you initially turn it on?
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Hi all,
New to forums but have had several Hyundais...all have been excellent.
Have recently developed a squeak and am trying to figure out the correct belt tension on the new belts I installed. Admin 1 posted some helpful routing diagrams with some tensions on them, but I am unclear as to what the "17" indicates.

Also I've tried a "gates" belt tension tester...it's designed for v belts for equipment...not really for cars...any suggestions.
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If you remove the right ft wheel an then remove plastic dust cover you can then see the engine. At this poing you can see the belts, Loosen the 14mm nut in the adjuster pulley, Then below the pulley you will see a 14mm bolt, Loosen this bolt an the belt will then loosen. Then power steering adjuster is the same way! I will attach some photos of this.

Also if you need a Shop Manual let me know I well send you one!
Hi there...you posted this in the santa fe forum along with 3 attachments showing routing and tension info. I don't understand what the "17" is referring to. I was hoping you could clear that up for me.

btw...awesome page
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It's referring to the belt tension.
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