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Broken time change has been replaced.

I have 1994 4x4 toyota truck that had a broken time changed. I had been driving the truck with not problems for a month after the replacement ofthe chain. the mechanic said that he need to clean the botton oil pan because the possibilities of metal in it that can plug the pantry. It will cost me $400,somehaw i think that it is not necesary.I will like to know what i should do?

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If its a timing chane or timing belt all he is going to do is change the oil everything chould come out the drain plug. Have your oil changed and enjoy your truck and save your $400.00 if it not broken don't fix it.... its a scare tactic to make money good luck CJ

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