Timing Chain Change W123

Discussion in 'Engine' started by mercyboy, Jul 1, 2004.

  1. mercyboy

    mercyboy New Member

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    Hi, Is there any other parts i need to fit when changing the timing chain, Also is this chain change an easy job, Thanks Paul. p.s my car is a 1984 230e.automatic
     
  2. guydewdney

    guydewdney MB Enthusiast

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    yes, the guides are a good idea...
     
  3. Ian B Walker

    Ian B Walker MB Enthusiast

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    If you can remove the pins, they can be tricky to get out. But good advice all the same. You may want to renew the tensioner spring as well.
     
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    mercyboy

    mercyboy New Member

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    Okay Thanks for the advice guys, will pass the info on to my mechanic friend.
     

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