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Depends on what kind of vehicle it is. On most you have to drop the oil pan, pull the water pump, pull the valve covers and sometimes the heads, but not always, and pull the timing chain cover to get to it. You will probally have to pull the distributor out as well. There should be timing marks on the timing pullies that need to be lined up when you change the chain. Your best bet for this job is to get a good manual and read up on it, then follow it step by step.

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Q: How do you replace a worn timing chain tensioner and chain?
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