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How do you replace a timing chain in a v6 truck? i got a ticking noise from my 1995 3.9l v6 dodge dakota, ive been told its a timing chain and was wondering how hard and pretty much how to replace one in the motor.

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1998 dodge dakota v6 has problems starting sometimes starter will bog down and I get horrible gas mileage ive changed all ignition componants except coil changed map sensor and does have a slight tick in...


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I own a 2004 dodge intrepid and it has about 180,000 miles on it. i recently replaced the water pump, oil pump and the timing chain. now when i got the timing chain fixed some how it was not put on...


it is possible that when the timing chain was incorrectly fitted that damage was done to the cam lobes or followers and that is the ticking noise
the oil recommended is too light for a used engine so go to 20w 40 or 30w 50
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My transfer case is making a tick tick noise in 4x4.is it possible to adjust the chain


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1996 Dodge Dakota V6. Looking to buy this vehicle used. It has 190,000 miles. The V6 engine has a ticking noise that sounds like it is coming from the front of the engine. Are there any common problems...


THAT COULD BE PISTON RING OR PIN NOISE.ALSO TIMING CHAIN MAKE NOISE ON A HIGH MILEAGE ENGINES.YOU TAKING A CHANCE TO BUY A VECHICLE WITH THAT MANY MILES ON IT.

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Loses power after it warms up. Has a knock like low on oil. Have to down shift to lower gear to get power. 1987 Dodge Dakota 4 cyc, standard shift


When you are low on oil you should hear an engine "ticking" noise at the top of the motor. If you hear an engine "knock" or repeated thud with a metallic sound, your engine will very likely require a significant repair or replacement. There is another possibility that you could have a broken timing chain but normally the engine would not stay running if that is the case. I would suggest you have an engine shop mechanic (not dealership) diagnose the knock and estimate a repair.

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