I have bought just a Toyota Tacoma pre-runner 08 do I have a timing chain and wishing to be replaced

Asked by Feb 16, 2017 at 08:07 PM about the Toyota Pickup

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have just bought a  Toyota Tacoma pre-runner '08 and I would like to know
when and if the timing chain needs to be replaced...... It has 156K on the
odometer and the engine is a V-6

4 Answers

109,595

Its needs to be changed, usually the belt this change between a hundred and a hundred fifty thousand miles

109,595

Opps, might as well change the water pump while you have the engine open

76,715

The 1GR-FE engine has a timing chain. http://www.toyoheadquarters.com/threads/toyota-1gr-fe-timing- chain-marks-4-0l.694/

5,725

the instructions call for a new headgasket...be sure to "rebuild" with a new pressure shoe and new sprockets too~...more than one man can do in one day~ (unless experienced at this)~

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