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I need replace timing chain 2007 dodge charger

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  • luis velasquez Dec 07, 2012

    how do you replace timing chain 2007 2.7 dodge charger

  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2012

    If the engine is transverse (sideways) you may have to remove the motor The entire front has to come off to access any chains Are you sure you don't have a belt?

  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2012

    You have a chain & there have been problems for years apparently & lots of damage as a result I suggest you google your engine & see all the issues related. I personally wouldn't keep it with that engine & thoses problems

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The car is only 6 years old at most,why a
timing chain?

I assume you have a shop that has been in the
same location for 25 years with the same owner,
you use several times a year

Posted on Dec 07, 2012

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