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My timing chain broke - 2000 Lincoln Navigator

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  • Shannon Henson Mar 28, 2011

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Chains seldom break,so maybe the plastic chain guides
wore or broke,or the tensioners got hung up

Whatever the issue, you will have to remove all accy's
from front of engine and remove the timming cover

That is a job for a repair shop and only one with
experience on your vehicle. You don't need a dealer,
but it will take a little over a day to repair and won't be cheap

Posted on Mar 28, 2011

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