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How to change timing chain
1999 Chevrolet Cavalier

How to change timing chain

(1999 Chevrolet Cavalier)
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on June 13, 2015
why do you want/need to change the timing chain?making noise?2.2 or 2.4?
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on June 13, 2015
2.2 yes a ticking maybe it could be a pulley its under hood on passenger side
on June 14, 2015
no required service on chain,unless it breaks or rattles.sure it's chain making noise?which pulley?
on June 14, 2015
Not sure its either just saying could be I had a timing chain go out in another car doing 70 mph and bent my rods in engine it could be engine as well but hopefully not
on June 14, 2015
ok,good luck with it.as long as you use the correct oil,and change it at regular intervals,most of the time you will send that car to the scrap yard,and timing chain/chains will still be good.should last the life of the car!
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on June 13, 2015
why do you want/need to change the timing chain?making noise?2.2 or 2.4?
Sign in to reply
on June 13, 2015
2.2 yes a ticking maybe it could be a pulley its under hood on passenger side
on June 14, 2015
no required service on chain,unless it breaks or rattles.sure it's chain making noise?which pulley?
on June 14, 2015
Not sure its either just saying could be I had a timing chain go out in another car doing 70 mph and bent my rods in engine it could be engine as well but hopefully not
on June 14, 2015
ok,good luck with it.as long as you use the correct oil,and change it at regular intervals,most of the time you will send that car to the scrap yard,and timing chain/chains will still be good.should last the life of the car!

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