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Husky te 610

Hi,thanks for your response rufatty,to fix a cam chain tensioner would i have to tear the engine apart?also are the parts required expensive?what would it cost to have a main dealer repair it?if you have an idea id appreciate it.
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You can remove the chain tensioner by it self.They are about $100 but they are easily repaired depending on condition

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