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2001 ford Explorer - engine rattling - is that timing belt/chain

Have a 2001 Exp with approx 120k miles. Recently started hearing knocks in engine. Never had belt changed. Could that be it?

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What engine is this? if it is the 4.0L then talk to the dealer there is a recall on the camshaft drive chain hydraulic tensors, these will cause a rattle noise.

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