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Old 08-11-2021, 08:27 PM   #5
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2000 L-Series 2.2L Sedan
Default Re: 2.2L ECOTECH Timing tensioner

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Originally Posted by rjc862003 View Post
I know the original style tensioners are an issue on these cars my 07 ion 3 quad happens to have the original style
what is generally considered the _best_ part to replace it with
rock auto has the following part numbers available
CLOYES 95374

ACDELCO 12608580

CLOYES 95481

INA ZT0117 {#24430296} Adjuster
I'd go with the Cloyes #95374. I used their complete timing component sets when replacing my timing chain and balance shaft chain. Everything worked well. The chains were tight and quiet. Keep in mind that some wear will exist on the guides and they could need replacement as well. Unfortunately, the only way to know if they need replacement is to remove them for measurement.
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