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I need to change timing chain and gear. how would i do it

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Hi there,
Either take it to a shop so they can do it, or
go to PapBoys or auto parts store, they should have repair books
for just about any car u have. The books explain an show pics
of what u need to do!

Have Fun
Pat

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

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