Question about 1991 Nissan Stanza
It is probably not the timing chain but the tensioner and guides. The guides are some bakelite plastic ****. you need to take off a lot stuff, belts power steering, altenator pulleys timing case cover. Check the timing gears and chain for damage. Replace guides tensioner and any damaged parts. Disconnecting the front motor mounts you have raise and lower the front of engine with a hoist to gain access to the timing case. A long tedious job and hopefully your valves weren't damaged when the chain let loose if so the whole thing is just not worth it
terry the pirate
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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