Pontiac Grand Am Problem Report

Pontiac Grand Am Timing Chain Tensioner/Guides May Wear and Cause Noise

(9 reports)

The timing chain tensioner and guides are prone to wear and may develop an abnormal noise, requiring replacement.

I got a funny noise that comes and goes. I was told it was the timing chain. How much is that to replace? -
Head light issuses. Car was running great .had a ignition recall fixed few weeks ago.then driving home from work car shut off while driving.now won't crank.called dealer -
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...tle while hoping the oil would help, but the noise did not go away. Mechanic is telling me the timing chain is broke and it bent all the valves and it needs a new engine. Does this sound right?
When I start my car I have a high pitch squeal coming from the belt area in the front of my car...
This is a 2.2 ecotec. The timing chain tentioner broke. I changed the whole timing set but still have a slap or knocking noise. Think...
TIMING CHAIN LEAKS, AND INTAKE MANIFOLD LEAKING COST TO REPAIR BOTH LEAKS?
It seems to quiet down when the engine gets warmer.

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