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Although replacing the timing chain in itself is a simple task, the multitude of steps one must take in order to access this area of the motor can be quite involved, but the cost savings are significant (vs. having a professional shop to the job). If the motor is already out of the car and perched nicely on an engine stand, most of the dirty work is done. However, if it’s necessary to perform the deed with the motor still in its cradle, the job may be slightly more challenging. But don’t be discouraged. This is how we all learn,