Question about 1994 Toyota Pickup
Were is the mark on the gear and timing chain
Posted on Feb 06, 2013
Be sure to replace all the gears, tensioners, guides and seals if your going to replace the chain. Perhaps the water pump as well if it hasnt been replaced in a while. Sounds like alot of work with that many miles unless the engine has good compression on all cylinders and the head is in good shape as well. You might consider finding another engine if you plan on keeping this truck for a while. By the time you do all the work and pay for all the parts to do the timing chain, you could find a low mileage engine for a few bucks more as long as its tested for compression and has documented miles on it.
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