Originally Posted by MCpstar
It's more of a PM item, but yes it's usually time for tensioners around 100k. Here's what your faced with:
You do as much maintenance as you can at this point.
I have an aftermarket warranty up to 100,000 miles. Maybe I'll just thrash it and see if I can get the tensioner to get to the point of needing to be replaced before the warranty ends at 100,000 miles.
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