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    Default Timing Chain-HONDA CITY 2006 Model

    I have purchased 2nd hand HONDA City 2006, its 147,000 KM driven.

    Please guide me about preventive maintenance that i must undertake. Most importantly please guide me about TImin Chain, it require replacement in HONDA or not.

    2ndly there is sound during turning the car on both side i have get them checked at Honda Dealer mechanic who could not ascertain the actual cuase of this noise.

    Please guide me before it is too late.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Muhammad LaL Khan


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    1st of all CONGRATS alot...
    No need for the replacement of timing chain i think soo bt u can get it checked if u have any doubts
    If The noise during turning is coming from front of the car than u need to change the axels.... and if at high speeds krak krak like sounds from the back than may b bearings will be having movement in them...
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    Thank you so much bro.

    No the noise only appears during full turn either on right or left side. Could it be of shock brush/mounting?

    Regards,

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    my pleasure anytime.... if the sound id like TAK TAK it is definately of axel... sound of shock brush umm have never experienced lets wait for sum more xperts
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    ^^
    i thnk so city mein timing chain nahein hoti
    My Vehicle is an ALL MOTOR. Seriously, Who needs a turbo when u have a Stupidly Quick Naturally Aspirated Motor???? Real Motors don't need Forced Induction. EG for life

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    ^^ idsi has timing chain

    and Mr Lal u need to be a bit more descriptive in telling about the sound u hear while turning. i dont think its axle sound cause its a prominent sound and any mechanic even with hald dead brain can spot it easilly
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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