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Old 04-04-2019, 10:00 AM
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Originally Posted by MV1609 View Post
We checked.... Its loose so it's gotta be changed out.
Don't be alarmed when you find that the new timing chain also is loose. It depends on exactly where the motor stopped at that particular start. I have checked mine many times; sometimes it feels loose, sometimes it does not.
If they also are replacing the TC tensioner, I would pay attention to which part number they put in. BMW has used at least three different TC tensioners in the N20 motor. Surely there is a reason for that, so I went ahead and changed the tensioner myself. I posted a DIY on the F26 subforum.

Knowledge is power.

PS: Congrats on your "steal."
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