Hi all. I recently purchased a used Sorento with 146,000 miles on it. I will not drive this vehicle until I determine the condition of the timeing belt and all associated parts. I removed the upper left belt cover and rotated the engine by hand while looking at the belt. The belt looks very good. I am thinking it was probably replaced at or near the 120k point. That doesn't of course tell me if the other items were. So I will probably take the rest of the covers off and take a look see. One thing I did notice was that if the engine is rotated in the wrong direction just a few degrees a fair amount of slack is created in the belt between the left bank cams and where the belt drops down to the water pump pulley. Is this normal? Timming belts on other cars that I have replaced to not do this. I suppose that the extra pressure placed on the tensioner would produce slack in another part of the belt. Any thoughts?