Excess valve train noise may be caused by timing chain issues on Dodge Ram Van B250

This engine may exhibit tappet-like noise(s) and/or excessive general valvetrain noise. The tappet-like noise may move from one tappet location to another. Our technicians tell us that the repair involves the replacement of the link type timing chain and sprockets with a double roller type timing chain and sprockets.

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Engine affected: 3.9L V6
2 model years affected: 1992, 1993
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