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Old 02-02-2010, 05:59 PM   #1
Doug C
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2008 Outlook XE
Question "..timing chain stretch problem on 07 and 08."

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What are the symptoms of this problem ?

I'm familiar with groans/creaks from my semi-retired '86 honda, but the '08 XE still wonder what is just normal operating noises.
ex. abs brakes geeeeez ! or going round a corner deep groan and slow down but quits right away, before i can glance down to see if it is the stabilitrak just kicking in on the loose snow or wet surface . . .

thanks for any info,
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