Joseph Krone: Everyone's telling me I need to pull the entire motor out of the car?..
Plau's Pone Cornur: Where'd you source the parts? Rockauto doesn't seem to have them and i dont
want to go to the dealer for them. also whats the P/N. i need these for my
1997 4.0 sohc
James Barnett: Whats the parts number on both.....
dick gazinya: do you have to remove the oil to do this?
0mnomnomz: talk to local ford dealer, i hate going to the stealership as much as the
next guy but sometimes it cant be helped
Scott Young: why dont these tensioners use a ratchet to prevent them retracting after
they take up the chain slack?
mitchman2100: My 99 Explorer has the exact same problem. Thanks for the video!
TheUnlimited001: Do you have to drain the oil first? So it doesnt use a gasket? Thanks
yellowcow13: Cant wait to see more on this SUV
Edgar Angeles: Mine makes the rattling when is warm on idle could it be the tensioners or
the timing chain?
jmjw8211: Awesome, thanks for doing this video mate
KungfuHeathen: I only get the "pinging-like" noise on hard acceleration, and ONLY at 2500
rpm. Seems to be coming from the right rear. Could this be a possible
solution, or just worth a try? Also, is it possible to lost the chain
timing when you remove a tensioner? Do you have to set the crankshaft in a
certain position before removal? Thanks!
Gary Paul: hi Daniel, I just replaced the tensioners on 2002 4.0L SOHC. They are
rattling like hell at a start up, I ran the motor for about 15 minutes
trying to get them to fill with oil. How long did your's take? Did you
prefill them with oil some how? Thanks
Barry Godshall: Do you have a part # for these ? Where did you purchase them ? thanks
foodtoeat123: I have a ford sport trac with the same engine , it has the same rattling
sound as what played in the video . but it sometimes continues after warmed
up . could it be the same problem?
tim bow: have to same problem in my 1998 explorier all wheel drive would this be
Solaris Art Gallery: Any ideas for my 2003 Ford Explorer Sport? I turned the ignition switch on
one morning and it started rattling like crazy and then it died. What is
wrong with it? I had to have it towed.
jamie knopf: if the guides are broken will changing the tensioner do damage?
Ricardo Gomez: Hello Daniel. Before you changed the tensioner, did the motor have the
rattle noise and then the bottom noise disappeared ?
suckingboobies: Thanks for this video man, I've had this problem for a while, just
purchased the lower Tensioner, now I need an extension bar.
Jeff Lynn: Is this the same for a 2006 4.0. Thanks for the video you may have save me
a bunch of money given the dealer said I should reply the entire timing
chain on a explorer with 146k miles
Kevin Rogers: there is a gasket there on the tensioner, its a very very thin metal
gasket, u can just a SMALL smout of sealent there
TheMadboater67: what is the part number for the tensioner
kmt5150: He sounds like Owen Wilson..lol
cmccarter2009: The front tensioner is under the intake plenums... Yes, plenums!! There is
a TSB recall kit called 00M12. Its the upper and lower intake gaskets,
front tensioner, oil galley plug and an oil restrictor.
0mnomnomz: Most useful and informative video on this issue, great work and thank you
so much! +1 !!
RoadRacerGT: Nice film Daniel....I am going to do my 02 Ranger and use a 1-1/16" socket
.....it is 26.99mm...Thanks for the how to.
Marc99GT: Nice Job. I am going to replace these on the 02 I just purchased.
Walter Witherspoon: Hope mines be simple as you made it seem. My rattling is very severe to the
point that its almost unbearable..
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