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The timing belt tensioner of my 2005 Nissan Murano is making noise. What should the cost of repair be, and should I have the belt replaced as well?

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Your vehicle doesnt have timing belt, but it has a chain. i think that you have a problem with upper timing chains, not the tensioner. is the car noisy when you rev it up?? kind of a whining noise?? at about 2000-3000rpm's??

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