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Can you check condition of timing chain on V6 without any dismantling of engine?

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Not that i know of you may have acces if u remove the rocker covers if the chain is streched it will be noisey if it jumps a tooth on the drive sprockets it can cause terminal damage or at the least bend valves best to have a mechanic take a look at it and go from there

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What could be the 5 reasons for dismantling an engine that has been serviced for a long time?


You mean _hasn't_ been serviced in a long time?

Frankly I can't think of any! If the car has been used and working, but just not well looked after, you would change the oil, add flushing oil, and then run that for a bit and drain that for new oil, and change the filter. Drain and replace the coolant. Drain and replace brake fluid. Perhaps the one thing is checking the condition of the valve timing belt or chain. If that snaps, it can be pretty disastrous if it is an interference engine.

For a car that has been in storage for a long time, you would just change the oil and the fuel.

If the car is new to you and has been in storage, you may wish to strip the engine to check on its internal condition, but only if this is an old classic.


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What does Holden advise on a timing belt/ chain replacement on a vz 2007 v6 at what klms. I have gone through the service book and I can't see anywhere. Thanks


Hi David being a VZ it will have timing chains, I don't believe there is a set time for replacement. It is very important to have regular oil changes using the correct engine oil. If you have known the car for many years and had regular oil changes then all should be good. If you don't know the service history my advice is book it into Holden's or have a very knowledgeable mechanic remove rocker covers inspect inside for any sludging and any advice he would give on the internal condition from what he has seen. What happens under normal wear conditions the timing chain stretches this inturn puts on the engine light going from memory it sets an engine code : 007 or 008 this is when timing chains require changing. The reason for checking inside the covers for sludging is: if there are signs of heavy sludging this will shorten the life of the engine and chains, and without any notice ie engine light coming on the chains could give way before engine light comes on. If this happens it would be to late as any damage would have take place. I hope this information helps. Good luck

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dsc06869.jpgdsc06869.jpgtiming chain can be changed without dismantling engine. the new chain can be linked to the old, passed round the spockets and then joined.
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Are the V6 engines Free spinning?


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The Ford motors are pretty good. I had 280K on a 2.9 V-8 that only needed the oil changed every 3K. Unless you have fluctuatuation in the timing then you should be ok.
These engines use a chain rather than a belt and have excellent life.
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