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Why does it jump time?

It sounds like you may need a timing chain tensioner.
I looked on e-bay and found a kit which includes an "upgraded" tensioner, and includes all the pieces, for only 60 dollars.
God bless your efforts.

Feb 11, 2016 | 2002 Pontiac Grand Am

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Turs over and fires, but acts like timing chain jumped.

we need more information like make size of engine ,vehicle year and model and what you did prior to the problem occuring. Chains do not jump but break

Feb 10, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Check timing chain on a 94 corcica 3.1 L .May have jumped time.

Take all the spark plugs out and bring #1 piston up to TDC. Look at the timing mark on the pulley. If they don't line up, then timing has jumped. If that's the case replace the chain and both the cam and crank gears.

Sep 17, 2014 | 1994 Toyota Corolla

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Timing chain jumped 351 modified

Nothing more you can do but to tear it back down to timing chain itself and reset the timing chain and gears (have do both timing chain and all the gears) and make SURE they are new.

Nov 02, 2013 | 1978-1979 Ford F-Series Pickup Radiator w/...

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83 toyota with 86 22re motor wont rev past half throttle

Probably the timing chain has jumped a cog. Aim a timing light at the timing mark and ensure that it stays in one place when idling. If it jumps around erratically the timing chain has jumped. If not that it could be the fuel filter, plugs and or wires, etc.

Nov 02, 2013 | 1983 Toyota Pickup

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Is there a way to check the timing chain without removing the cover ( this is quite a job) for a look at the timing marks

no way of doing so. need to remove cover. i have been doing this since 1996 and have never seen chain driven nissan jump timing. have seen some timing belt cars jump, but never chain driven engines. i think you have something else going on. i have done many and many timing chain jobs on frontiers and maximas, but not for a timing chain jumping issue. upper timing chain shoes wear out and engine gets noisy. i have to say i have seen some with the primary chain stretched a bit, but car still ran fine.

Sep 12, 2012 | 2005 Nissan Frontier

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Xv535 cam chain jumped one tooth on cog,tensioner is fine ,so how did it happen,and how can i fix it

If all cogs and bearings are fine and that the chain tension is at specification then it should not be possible for the chain to ever jump a tooth. The amount of movement required by the chain to jump a tooth is considerable. I have only ever seen this as a result of an oversight when re-installing the chain after doing upper cylinder head work such as gasket replacement. Some models of vehicles with V6 engines that integrate the timing belt with driving the coolant pump can sometimes jump a tooth if the pump bearing fails. I would again check the chain tension once the timing chain is re-installed, even without tools you should be looking for a chain that is obviously taught. Not piano wire taught as this will lead to early failure but certainly one without any slackness or rattle. I have little experience of bike engines but the principles are the same

Nov 05, 2011 | Cars & Trucks

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I have been advsed that I have a broken timing belt or "jumped timing chain.Besides the belt/chain, what other components do you recommend replacing(Gasket/seal,cam and crank pulleys,tensioners)?

I am assuming you have the 2.2L 4 cylinder engine. The timing chain tensioner on these engines is nororious for failure resulting in jumped timing. Be advised that depending upon the situation, you may have sustained major engine damage. If the timing simply jumped when turning the engine off, you may be safe, but if it occurred at highway speed, there is a high probability that there is valve damage in the engine that will need repair before you can move on to the timing chain and tensioner. As far as "other components", if your know that the head is ok, then you should replace the timing gears, chain, and tensioner. Also purchase a "timing gasket set" which will give you the gaskets ans seals you need to do the job.

Jun 24, 2011 | 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Timing chain fault. do 2005 rmz 450 bend valves when timing chain jumps?

my 06 rmz 450 timing chain jumped and rode it once for bout 30min, nothin interally went went wrong just went like **** lol

Jan 06, 2011 | 2005 Suzuki RM-Z 450

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1999 pontiac sunfire-timing chain jumped

Is the motor still running???? All depends where the piston an valve are when it jumps off?????

Nov 19, 2008 | 1999 Pontiac Sunfire

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