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Noise, lower engine performance, hard starts and poor fuel economy are some of the most common timing chain problems. These problems often occur when the timing chain is worn or stretched, which typically happens when a ... More »

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Timing chains only need to be repaired or replaced when there are problems with them, such as prolonged wear or other mechanical problems. Timing chains are contrasted with timing belts, which generally need to be replac... More »

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To change a timing chain, disconnect the battery, remove the radiator, and drain the coolant. Loosen the tension gear, and pulll out the old chain. Finally, lubricate the tension gear, and attach the new chain. More »

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