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Old 03-07-2003, 04:36 PM
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Location: Renfrew, Scotland
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So you think your timing chain rattles?

Vehicle : W202, Engine : 605 5cyl diesel 190,000 mls
only owned this car for 2 months. when starting from cold it sounded very rattly like timing chain worn. As it warmed up, it quietened down. After 2minutes it was OK. I finally tracked down the noise to the aux belt tensioner damper, the small hydraulic strut about 6ins long. Strange that it went quiet after 2mins & it did really sound like chain. In fact the hydraulic part was OK, it was the metal eye bonded into rubber that had worn and was loose in the rubber. I suppose I could have made a new bush for it but the complete part only cost 15 from Eurocarparts, in Glasgow. The Moral of this story, dont jump to conclusions about timing chain problems
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Old 03-07-2003, 10:03 PM
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Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Puget Sound, Washington St.
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don't be suprised if the new rubber bushing comes loose again.
the shock is a weak design and a common failure part.
1 per year is common.
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