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Do you have to remove the engine to replace a timing chain on a 1997 Lincoln continental

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You should not have to remove the engine for timing chain. How do you know you need a chain? They should be good for 200,000 miles and then some. I assume its a 4.6 OHC.

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It will make the job a bit easier

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