Question about 2004 Nissan Maxima
My engine has 295,000 miles so is it going to be worth fixing the timing chain?
If it is an interference engine then it is done, valves hit the pistons. I can't get any info on the engine, so call the dealer and ask. Still easier to fix timing chain than haul out the engine, but with those miles if you can find a good deal on the engine and install then go for it. 1000$ would be my max expense.
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