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Motor noise in 2006 Town & Country 3.8 l

Motor is noisy. Sounds like a value train, upper end at high idle. At higher speeds it sounds like lower end. Everything appears ok in the upper end. No metal in the pan. Have already replaced the timing chain. Any ideas?

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If it sounds like a toy train its probably your idler pulley i had same problem

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