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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-26-2013, 04:58 AM Thread Starter
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ok ive looked around and reserched to try to figure out why my car is starting up rough with a very loud rattleing noise? im not talking about after i let it set for overnight and start it up in the morning, but goin into a store and leaving it for like 5 minuts or less..
ik its a common thing but this noise is getting very loud and annoying
it hasnt done this before.

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Might be the same problem as mine. First generation timing chain tensioner 05 to mid 07 lose prime very quickly and need 3 or 4 seconds to start working again. Embarrassing or what!!! Just purchased the newer "B" version.



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whats the link on that where to get it at?
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I got mine at GM but you can get the new version on also...Buick Chevy GMC Olds Pontiac Saturn Timing Chain Tensioner Damper 12608580 NEW | eBay

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ok is their a kit i can get?
also mine is the L61 i notced the one on ebay was mainy for a different type..
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ok is their a kit i can get?
also mine is the L61 i notced the one on ebay was mainy for a different type..
Yes there is a cloyes timing kit that comes with guides, tensioner, sprockets and chain if you want to redo all of the timing. It doesn't matter what engine it says its for, they're all the same tensioner and such

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ok is their a kit i can get?
also mine is the L61 i notced the one on ebay was mainly for a different type..
What is important is that you get this number 12608580 and if you would have read further down you would have seen yours was included in the list.


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where can i get this kit ?

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Yes there is a cloyes timing kit that comes with guides, tensioner, sprockets and chain if you want to redo all of the timing. It doesn't matter what engine it says its for, they're all the same tensioner and such

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where can i get this kit ?

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theirs two chains i thought their was only one??
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The smaller chain is the water pump & balance shaft drive chain. It sits inside closer to the engine block. It has a hydraulic tensioner. The larger chain is the timing, it has a spring and oil pressure tensioner the one posted earlier.

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