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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
The camshaft is driven by the crankshaft by either a belt or chain. These have to stay in line or in (time ) with each other, If not the engine may not run correctly, if at all or worse can break stuff. In case you dont know, the crankshaft pushes the pistons up and down and the camshaft opens the valves so gas can go in and exhaust out. ( very simplified )
dirockson said replace the motor but it was a costly part and labor didn't do it on my 95 ford windstar.... Wonder how much millage on your 98 and how reliable and would you recomend your 98 was it made here or in Canada? I had a 95 and I am looking to replace it.