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For a 94 chrysler town & country, where is and do

For a 94 chrysler town & country AWD, 3.8 L, where is, and do i have to pull the motor to change the timing chain

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The timing chanin is behind the timing chain cover on the passenger side of the engine. u must remove the crank pulley to remove the cover.

no you do not have to remove the engine to service the timing chain

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