I just recently had my timing chain and tensioner guide replaced due to a noise the car was making which is what brought in for the complaint =. Before that my alternator went out and I had to get that replaced. After having all that replaced the noise started back like a day after repairs had been made and I took the car back for so I was told my A/F sensor needed to be replaced and me i'm like ok if this is going to fix the noise ok got that done and before I leave off the dealers lot the noise starts back. Now they tell me to leave the vehicle with them until they diagnose the problem which was for a week or two. Finally they call and tell me its the sprockets. Would this be the problem and cease the noise that I'm hear coming from the problem. Also should that have been replaced along with the timing chain and tensioner guide from the beginning. Ive already spent out 2700 in repairs and now their telling this repair is going to cost me another 2200 dollars.
Wednesday, August 21st, 2013 AT 8:39 AM