Question about 1998 BMW 7 Series
The timing chain is nothing like a timing belt service interval wise. The only time that you would need to change a timing chain is if its somehow damaged. This can happen when worked on and the chain guides arent fitted back on properly, camshaft vanos units not tightened etc. Otherwise the timing chains are almost always never changed!
One less thing to worry about. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 27, 2009
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