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Is there a reason you are changing it, unlike a belt they do not really need changing every so many thousands of miles/kilometres. If there is no problem, I personally would be loath to change it. As for the time to change it, here is the first of various videos to help you, the others follow on. 2003 Ford Windstar Timing Chain Remove and Replace 1 of 6
yes the silverado's have timing chains, just about all v6's and v8's have timing chains, and timing chains should not be serviced, unless you are having problems with a timing chain guide or timing chain tensioner
That sound is most likely the cam synchroniser. It is located in the area youre speaking of. If you look at the timing cover there is a small 3 wire sensor attached by 3 screws to what appears to be a distrbutor. these develop a squeak and can only be fixed by replacing.