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Changing timing chain

How to change the timing chain on a 1999 nissan sentra 4 cylinder

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    1999 nissan sentra no key entry stopped , then horn then blinker then wippers then cigg lighter , changed all fuses still no change ??

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Very in depth job recommend take it to a shop this car probably has variable valve timming you will need a manual if you want to attempt to re allighn timing marks.

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