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It could be: new parts parts removed and replaced as part of the service work parts that may have been close to worn out that may have been stressed past their limits by the work Or it could even be coincidental - your car is reasonably old and things can just fail. Unfortunately this is just too broad. Sounds like the mechanics are going through ...


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I've replaced my timing belt, which is the serpentine belt, at 80k miles. That's all you need to do, the timing chain is designed to last the life of your vehicle as long as you keep up with your routine tune up. The only time I've ever come across a tundra 5.7 that needed a new chain, was when someone neglected oil changes for 2yrs, and drove it until the ...



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