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|Camshaft Sprocket Material:||Metal|
|Chain Guides Included:||No|
|Crankshaft Sprocket Material:||Metal|
|Offset Bushings Included:||No|
|Primary Chain Included:||Yes|
|Thrust Bearing Included:||No|
|Timing Chain Type:||Inverted Tooth|
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Q:I have a 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix with 113,000 miles and I would like to know how long or how many miles will the original timing change last before it has to be replaced.
A:There is no specific mileage interval it needs to be replaced. The owner's manual should have a maintenance schedule. If it shows timing chain replacements, do it on that schedule. Otherwise, Happy motoring!
Q:where is the timing chain located? I am having one replaced on my
A:The timing chain is located on the left side of the engine, to access it you will need to take off the manifold cover.
Q:is S A gear a part made in the U S of A
A:Yes S.A. gear is made in USA.
Q:how do i know that my timing chain is bad?
A:If the timing chain goes bad you will not notice any noise or sign. If the chain is bad it is broke and then the engine will either lock up or not start at all.