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Timing chain my 99 navigator has 219,000 miles on it. At what mileage should i change the timing chain.

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My profecional openion is around every 100,000 miles. Those could run life of vehicle but its truly unknown. Not worth ruining a good vehicle due to a few minor maintaince updates.

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