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Hyundia Atoz

Discussion in 'Car Repairs / Maintenance' started by davidstanton, 15 Mar 2005.

  1. davidstanton

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    Hi

    Can anyone provide me with technical service data (gaps, timing, etc etc) for the Hyundai Atoz.

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    Settings for HYUNDAI ATOS AMICA 1.0i 1998-2004. eng.code G4HC as requested......

    IGNITION TIMING=9 DEGREES @900rpm
    IDLE SPEED AND C.O. IS NOT ADJUSTABLE.
    SPARK PLUGS=NGK-BKR5ES-11.....GAP=1.0-1.1
    VALVE CLEARANCE (HOT)=0.20mm INLET
    (HOT)=0.25mm EXHAUST

    ENGINE OIL=10W/40 SJ/A2-96..................... 3.1 LITRES WITH FILTER
    MANUAL GEARBOX OIL=SAE 75W/85W ......... 2.2 LITRES
    AUTO.FLUID= HYUNDAI ATF.......................... 4.0 LITRES

    HOPE THIS HELPS YOU OUT...IF YOU NEED ANY MORE INFO.JUST ASK.

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  3. davidstanton

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    Thanks. Alot cheaper than the £240 that Hyundai want for the workshop manuals!!
     
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    Hi Davidsanton,

    I have been searching for a workshop / repair manual for the Hyundai Atos 2002 model for quite a long time but to no avail.

    The local agents in Malta for Hyundai refused to sell it to me and the Hyundai mothercompany didn't even bother to reply my mail.

    At least you got a quote of the cost of the manual.

    I still need to obtain this manual. Did you manage to find a cheaper repair manual for this vehicle?

    Thanks also to jonnyfishing. His tehnical data is has been taken note of.

    Thanks

    Dav
     
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    Hi

    No I didn't manage to find another manual.

    David
     
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    Does any one know if the following settings will work for a Hyundai Atoz Prime 2005-6?

    Settings for HYUNDAI ATOS AMICA 1.0i 1998-2004. eng.code G4HC as requested......

    IGNITION TIMING=9 DEGREES @900rpm
    IDLE SPEED AND C.O. IS NOT ADJUSTABLE.
    SPARK PLUGS=NGK-BKR5ES-11.....GAP=1.0-1.1
    VALVE CLEARANCE (HOT)=0.20mm INLET
    (HOT)=0.25mm EXHAUST

    ENGINE OIL=10W/40 SJ/A2-96..................... 3.1 LITRES WITH FILTER
    MANUAL GEARBOX OIL=SAE 75W/85W ......... 2.2 LITRES
    AUTO.FLUID= HYUNDAI ATF.......................... 4.0 LITRES

    Read more: http://www.diynot.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=22744#ixzz1KqtUsUS2
     
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  9. Arthur2shedsJackson

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    And your point gf1 was ???
     
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    is the valves hydraulic on the 1998/99 atoz are these not adjustable ?
    that is what i was asking, as i had to tke off all drive belts not the timing belt to replace a timing cover and changed all fluids oil included and put everything back together and now it sounds like a diesel makes a right racket,took of rocker cover and everything was as dry as a bone looks like no oil reaching tappets so thought these might want checking but are they adjustable or not ? but gonna get oil round first and then look into the rocker cover again if it still sounds like a diesel lol sorry guys i only a female who likes gettin her hands dirty lol ty ev1 :LOL:
     
  11. Arthur2shedsJackson

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    Have no experience of the Hyundai Atoz, but try this website for an answer

    http://www.justanswer.com/sip/hyund...c on the hyundai atoz?&JPAF=txt&JPCD=20120207

    It seems unusual that the noise should develop after work, particularly since you changed the oil, because the top of the engine shouldn't be dry after you've just topped up the oil. Quite the opposite really.
    Did the oil light go out when you stsrted it?
     
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    did not notice the oil light,but as the weather has been quite bad not been able to progress with the car but will start again in the moning ie sunday
    so will keep you updated as to my results thankyou. :)
     
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    right we have fixed the noisey engine whic is now purring not growling like a diesel lol we took off the rocker cover and did all valves inlet and gas now perfect so quiet had all new oil plus fluids changed also. now the problem i have is not with the engine Its the drive belts or pulleys that is making a noise souds like a dry pump noise sort of soft rubbing also not a clue what it could be sound seems to get louder as the engine heats up ! not there on initial start up !! left it running to see if fan kicked in and yes it did so any ideas guys thankyou. :confused:
     
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    Belt too tight, not tight enough ?
     
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    Thankyou will take a look at that in the morning :D
     

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