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REPLACED TIMING CHAIN. STILL GETTING CODES 08 17 AND 18.

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Google the codes. What vehicle do you have.

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SOURCE: cam & crank sensor code intermitten spark 2.4

check timing marks on cam sprocket,could be one tooth 'retarded'.

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SOURCE: replaced timing chain making noise

No I think the tensioner is loose. Or chain hitting side.

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Is it possible that the error codes I am getting are caused because I messed up the timing when the camshaft moved during timing chain installation?


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  • Misalignment of timing belt/chain
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  2. If you have access to a scope, check the cam and crank patterns. If a pattern is missing, suspect a bad sensor or a slipping tone ring. Remove the cam gear and the crankshaft harmonic balancer and inspect the tone rings for proper alignment and make sure they're not loose or damaged or that they haven't sheared the key that aligns them. If they are properly installed, replace the sensor.
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I have a 2000 Dodge 2.7 intrepid and i have no spark after i replaced timing chain had spark before i changed timing chain . what could it be?


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At what mileage does the timing chain need to be replaced? jeep wrangler 2008,3.8 L 6 cil.80,000 miles


You change the timing chain now when your Jeep has indicated from a check engine light on. The timing chain in engines these days last as long as the engine will, there is a timing chain tensioner to ensure there is no slack.
When the timing chain has gotten stretched to much, your Jeeps PCM will indicate that with a check engine light on your dash and will be indicated with a DTC codes from a scanner.
So no worries about replacing your timing chain and keep up the regular maintenance, if you have a Mechanic tell you other wise, there just looking for money and your looking for more then just a timing chain being replaced.
You can bet that chain, chain tensioner, timing gears, water pump and might even throw in a cam replacement will be in his recommendation.
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What are simne problems you will have if your timing chain needs to be replaced?


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Gm has issue that the worm gear's were soft and tend to wear out causing the timing to be off. You can not set or check the timing on your Vortec without a Tech2 scanner to check the timing. The PCM self adjust for any timing issues from the inputs from the crank, cam and knock sensor.
If your have issues with your 4.3 vortec, most likely. It's going to be a bad SCPI issues of the injectors being dirty with carbon build or it's gone way to bad to be cleaned and will need to be replaced.
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Do timimg chains need to be replaced (not a belt)?


Timing chains do need to be replaced but they can typically go much longer between being serviced than can timing belts. The chain will stretch out over time and can 'jump' timing. If you have an interference engine then that can prove disastrous as the piston can crash into the valves.

Its not terribly common for a timing chain to jump timing but not impossible. I have a vehicle with nearly 120k with a timing chain and its never been replaced and is still in good shape, I have another vehicle with 170k also with a timing chain that has never been replaced.

If it were me and I was going to be doing some work in that area and had easy enough access to the timing chain, and the mileage was getting up there, I would replace it. Timing chains typically also have a tensioner, so if you replace it, dont forget this item.

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