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Hi everyone,

I have a 2007 Rondo. 2.7L (V6). I need to replace the harmonic balancer (cranshaft damper pulley), but I can't find the part online anywhere.

I can only find it for the 2.4L (V4).

Everyone keeps asking me for the part number, but I just can't find that information.

Does anyone know how I can get the part number for this?

Thank you for any help.

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Contact cobra259 with a pm and give him your vin#...He'll get back to you with part# and a good price also...
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Finally got it

I finally got the pulley part number from the Kia Parts man at the dealer.

Pulley Damper OE part number: 231243E010

The dealer wanted $271 here in Edmonton, AB.

I ordered it from http://www.fourgreen.com for $68 + $30 shipping.

I got it in 4 days from Korea! I couldn't believe how fast it came!

Just thought I'd share. :)
 

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i need the part number of my crankshaft damper pulley i have a rondo 2008 2.0 lts serial#KNAFG521387113453, and i would like to know a website or something where i could find that kind of information.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Hi everyone,

I have a 2007 Rondo. 2.7L (V6). I need to replace the harmonic balancer (cranshaft damper pulley), but I can't find the part online anywhere.

I can only find it for the 2.4L (V4).

Everyone keeps asking me for the part number, but I just can't find that information.

Does anyone know how I can get the part number for this?

Thank you for any help.

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I just have to ask....why do you need to replace the crank damper? You have a 10 yr/100,000mi power train warranty that should cover it.
 

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I just have to ask....why do you need to replace the crank damper? You have a 10 yr/100,000mi power train warranty that should cover it.
not in Canada its only 5 years or 100,000 km. :) and the guy said he was from Edmonton.
 
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