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your not suppose to change timming chains as long as you do your normal oil changes as such..why are you changing todays cars are having these chains so that you dont have to change a belt wich are getting absolete these days
whinning sound not from the timming chain it would be a deeper noise alternator belt does that often belt loose and worn out when its cold slip on the pouly and finally grap when its warm if you have any other question ill be honor to help you im pierre from montreal hope it help fixya the post