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Would my timing chain on a 92 4cyl magna have an adjustable timing chain

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No, once the chain is set there is no way to change it, unless you take it off and install a new one.The timing chain has tensioners that keep the tension by itself.I hope I could help rate me accordingly, Thanks!!

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