Land Rover are great vehicles in terms of performance, comfort, and reliability. Even so, if you own a Land Rover, then you may encounter a problem with the timing chain tensioner of your car. Here, we have a 2011 Land Rover LR4 with a faulty timing chain tensioner. The timing chain tensioner maintains an appropriate level of pressure on the timing chain while the timing chain in turn holds all the mechanical components of the engine together. Thus, failure of the timing chain tensioner could affect the timing chain and by extension, the whole engine of your Land Rover. Here is a video tutorial on the repair.
To repair this issue, we will replace the worn out timing chain tensioner with a new one which will have your engine running as good as new. Nevertheless, you do not have to wait for your timing chain tensioner to completely fail before you get it fixed. Once your car has hit about 60,000 miles, then you should consider changing your timing chain tensioner. Additionally, regular servicing and maintenance of your vehicle can help you detect and resolve problems before they even happen.