When replacing timing chain What else should I replace?

While replacing your timing chain, it is also recommended that you replace the tensioner, gaskets, and seals. This will help to ensure that your engine runs smoothly and efficiently.

Is it hard to replace a timing chain?

Changing a timing chain is not difficult, but it is considered a complex job because of the large number of steps involved.
2. If you can handle tasks like replacing tie rod ends and bleeding brakes, then this is probably your next step.

Should I buy a car with a broken timing chain?

If the timing chain breaks, the piston and valve will collide, resulting in damage to the cylinder head, valve, piston, cylinder, and/or camshaft.
2. These items are very expensive to repair or replace, so you would be better off either purchasing a new engine or trading in your car for a new one.
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What does a failing timing belt sound like?

A failing timing belt will give a ticking noise when the car starts up.
2. If the belt eventually breaks, it will give a whining noise when trying to start the engine.
3. A whining noise sounds like no compression in the engine.

How long do Honda timing belts really last?

Every 7 years or 60,000-100,000 miles traveled, your Honda’s timing belt and water pump generally needs to be inspected and/or replaced, according to the Honda maintenance schedule.

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