Hyundai ix35 1th generation (2010 – 2015) – timing belt or chain?

Patrol engines

Model
Power | Displacement | Cylinder | Engine code
Camshaft drive system
belt / chain
Hyundai ix35 1.6 GDI
99 kW / 133 hp / 135 PS | 1591 cc | 4 | G4FD
timing chain
Hyundai ix35 2.0
120 kW / 161 hp / 163 PS | 1998 cc | 4 | G4KD
timing chain
Hyundai ix35 2.0 GDI
122 kW / 164 hp / 166 PS | 1999 cc | 4 | G4NC
timing chain

Diesel engines

Model
Power | Displacement | Cylinder | Engine code
Camshaft drive system
belt / chain
Hyundai ix35 1.7 CRDI
85 kW / 114 hp / 115 PS | 1685 cc | 4 | D4FD
timing chain
Hyundai ix35 2.0 CRDi
100 kW / 134 hp / 136 PS | 1995 cc | 4 | D4HA
timing chain
Hyundai ix35 2.0 CRDi 4WD
135 kW / 181 hp / 184 PS | 1995 cc | 4 | D4HA
timing chain

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Dennis Finch

Dennis Finch

Hello there,
I’ve just bought a Hyundai iX35 1.7 CRDI Premium Blue Drive. I realise it has a timing chain thankfully but it’s done 76,500 miles.

When should I consider changing the timing chain, if at all as the servicing has been done at the required intervals?

Thanking you.

Kind regards.

Dennis J Finch. (Residing in England, in the UK)

RICARDO

RICARDO

THE TIMING CHAIN IS NOT A SERVICE ITEM, ONLY NEEDS TO BE CHANGED IF IT STARTS TO RATTLE. AS LONG AS IT SOUNDS NORMAL ALL IS FINE. THEY SHOULD LAST THE LIFE OF THE ENGINE AS LONG AS THE CORRECT SERVICING EVERY YEAR IS PERFORMED.