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I have a 97 nissan hardbody 2.4 liter. whenever i crank it from a cold start the timing chain seems to rattle. is this common and should i attempt to have it fixed chaseroble@yahoo.com

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Buy an upgraded timing chain guide,they are made of neaprene and steel replace chain while your this deep it is probly stretched. the old one is probably broken and peices in your oil pan. been here and done this. this is a factory upgrade.
Mike in Jax Fl.

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