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Timing chains are supposed to last the lifetime of the engine, but that’s never the case most of the time as it depends on the quality of the chain and the maintenance regimen of the owner. Maybe they genuinely last the lifetime of the engine with a Toyota, but they generally start to wear out at ~100k miles if properly maintained. Since these have so many timing chain problems sincePart of the problem with the timing chains is these are Renault Nissans and they are not the samenowhere near as reliable as the ones from the 90’s, it shouldn’t be a surprise they can’t get a timing chain right90’s that predate the partnership. Nissan engines are almost all interfere designs (better power output, but you lose the engine if the belt/chain breaks), but you can confirm that with the engine code if you want to know for sure - however I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s interference.
Timing chains are supposed to last the lifetime of the engine, but that’s never the case most of the time as it depends on the quality of the chain and the maintenance regimen of the owner. Maybe they genuinely last the lifetime of the engine with a Toyota, but they generally start to wear out at ~100k miles if properly maintained. Since these have so many timing chain problems sincePart of the problem with the timing chains is these are Renault Nissans and they are not the samenowhere near as reliable as the ones from the 90’s, it shouldn’t be a surprise they can’t get a timing chain right90’s that predate the partnership. Nissan engines are almost all interfere designs (better power output, but you lose the engine if the belt/chain breaks), but you can confirm that with the engine code if you want to know for sure - however I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s interference.
 
The 2011-13 MR16DDT Juke has known timing chain issues, so if you want to avoid *any* issues, get it changed at your expense. However, the VIN will give you a definitive answer. You usually also find an associated TSB with such a flaw (in the US you can find this with your VIN number). I'''f the engine has been replaced, there is no way to be sure without just getting it done. The HR16DE isn’t affected. ''If you hear about the VR38DETT, this only applies to the Nismo Juke.'''''
 
In general, most timing chain engines are interference designs. If the chain breaks this design usually ends up damaging the block and pistons, totaling the engine out and making replacement your only viable option. It MUST be replaced when it shows early failure symptoms to avoid destroying the engine.

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Timing chains are supposed to last the lifetime of the engine, but that’s never the case most of the time as it depends on the quality of the chain and the maintenance regimen of the owner. Maybe they genuinely last the lifetime of the engine with a Toyota, but they generally start to wear out at ~100k miles if properly maintained. Since these have so many timing chain problems since the Renault Nissans are not the same as the ones from the 90’s, it shouldn’t be a surprise they can’t get a timing chain right. Nissan engines are almost all interfere designs (better power output, but you lose the engine if the belt/chain breaks), but you can confirm that with the engine code if you want to know for sure - however I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s interference.
 
The 2011-13 MR16DDT Juke has known timing chain issues, so if you want to avoid *any* issues, get it changed at your expense. However, the VIN will give you a definitive answer. You usually also find an associated TSB with such a flawflaw (in the US you can find this with your VIN number). I'''f the engine has been replaced, there is no way to be sure without just getting it done. The HR16DE isn’t affected. ''If you hear about the VR38DETT, this only applies to the Nismo Juke.'''''
The 2011-13 MR16DDT Juke has known timing chain issues, so if you want to avoid *any* issues, get it changed at your expense. However, the VIN will give you a definitive answer. You usually also find an associated TSB with such a flawflaw (in the US you can find this with your VIN number). I'''f the engine has been replaced, there is no way to be sure without just getting it done. The HR16DE isn’t affected. ''If you hear about the VR38DETT, this only applies to the Nismo Juke.'''''
 
In general, most timing chain engines are interference designs. If the chain breaks this design usually ends up damaging the block and pistons, totaling the engine out and making replacement your only viable option. It MUST be replaced when it shows early failure symptoms to avoid destroying the engine.

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Timing chains are supposed to last the lifetime partsof the engine, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBEtime as it depends on the quality of the chain and the maintenance regimen of the owner. Maybe they genuinely last the lifetime of the engine with a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually wornthey generally start to wear out at ~100k miles, give or takemiles if properly maintained. Since it'sthese have so common it's sometimes better to get it donemany timing chain problems since the Renault Nissans are not the same as the ones from the 90’s, it shouldn’t be a surprise they can’t get a precaution since timing chain engines are typically interfereright. Nissan engines are almost all interfere designsdesigns (better power output, but you lose the engine if the belt/chain breaks), but you can confirm that with the engine code if you want to know for suresure - however I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s interference.
Timing chains are supposed to last the lifetime partsof the engine, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBEtime as it depends on the quality of the chain and the maintenance regimen of the owner. Maybe they genuinely last the lifetime of the engine with a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually wornthey generally start to wear out at ~100k miles, give or takemiles if properly maintained. Since it'sthese have so common it's sometimes better to get it donemany timing chain problems since the Renault Nissans are not the same as the ones from the 90’s, it shouldn’t be a surprise they can’t get a precaution since timing chain engines are typically interfereright. Nissan engines are almost all interfere designsdesigns (better power output, but you lose the engine if the belt/chain breaks), but you can confirm that with the engine code if you want to know for suresure - however I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s interference.
 
The 2011-13 Jukes with the MR16DDT engines issues with theJuke has known timing chainchain issues, so its best to replace it if you want to know for sure, butavoid *any* issues, get it changed at your expense. However, the VIN will give you cana definitive answer. You usually also check the VIN to tell as mentioned by someone else. '''Iffind an associated TSB with such a flaw. I'''f the engine has been replaced, there is no way to be sure without just getting it done. The HR16DE isn’t affected. ''If you hear about the VR38DETT, this only applies to the Nismo Juke.'''''
The 2011-13 Jukes with the MR16DDT engines issues with theJuke has known timing chainchain issues, so its best to replace it if you want to know for sure, butavoid *any* issues, get it changed at your expense. However, the VIN will give you cana definitive answer. You usually also check the VIN to tell as mentioned by someone else. '''Iffind an associated TSB with such a flaw. I'''f the engine has been replaced, there is no way to be sure without just getting it done. The HR16DE isn’t affected. ''If you hear about the VR38DETT, this only applies to the Nismo Juke.'''''
 
In general, most timing chain engines are interference designs. If the chain breaks this design usually ends up damaging the block and pistons, totaling the engine out and making replacement your only viable option. It MUST be replaced when it shows early failure symptoms to avoid destroying the engine.

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Timing chains are lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually worn out at ~100k miles, give or take. Since it's so common it's sometimes better to get it done as a precaution since timing chain engines are typically interfere. Nissan engines are almost all interfere designs, but you can confirm that with the engine code if you want to know for sure.
 
The 2011-13 Jukes with the MR16DDT engines issues with the timing chain, swoso its best to replace it if you want to know for sure, but you can also check the VIN to tell as mentioned by someone else. '''If the engine has been replaced, there is no way to be sure without just getting it done. The HR16DE isn’t affected. ''If you hear about the VR38DETT, this only applies to the Nismo Juke.'''''
The 2011-13 Jukes with the MR16DDT engines issues with the timing chain, swoso its best to replace it if you want to know for sure, but you can also check the VIN to tell as mentioned by someone else. '''If the engine has been replaced, there is no way to be sure without just getting it done. The HR16DE isn’t affected. ''If you hear about the VR38DETT, this only applies to the Nismo Juke.'''''
 
In general, most timing chain engines are interference designs. If the chain breaks this design usually ends up damaging the block and pistons, totaling the engine out and making replacement your only viable option. It MUST be replaced when it shows early failure symptoms to avoid destroying the engine.

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Timing chains are lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually worn out at ~100k miles, give or take. Since it's so common it's sometimes better to get it done as a precaution since timing chain engines are typically interfere. Nissan engines are almost all interfere designs, but you can confirm that with the engine codecode if you want to know for sure.
Timing chains are lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually worn out at ~100k miles, give or take. Since it's so common it's sometimes better to get it done as a precaution since timing chain engines are typically interfere. Nissan engines are almost all interfere designs, but you can confirm that with the engine codecode if you want to know for sure.
 
MR16DDTThe 2011-13 Jukes with the MR16DDT engines have known timing issues so if you own a 2011-13 Juke it may be a good ideawith the timing chain, swo its best to replace it if you want to know for sure. This doesn't affectsure, but you can also check the HR16DE, so it's upVIN to tell as mentioned by someone else. '''If the engine has been replaced, there is no way to be sure without just getting it done. The HR16DE isn’t affected. ''If you on those. Unless you have a Nismo Juke, do not worryhear about the VR38DETT.VR38DETT, this only applies to the Nismo Juke.'''''
MR16DDTThe 2011-13 Jukes with the MR16DDT engines have known timing issues so if you own a 2011-13 Juke it may be a good ideawith the timing chain, swo its best to replace it if you want to know for sure. This doesn't affectsure, but you can also check the HR16DE, so it's upVIN to tell as mentioned by someone else. '''If the engine has been replaced, there is no way to be sure without just getting it done. The HR16DE isn’t affected. ''If you on those. Unless you have a Nismo Juke, do not worryhear about the VR38DETT.VR38DETT, this only applies to the Nismo Juke.'''''
 
In general, most timing chain engines are interference designs. If the chain breaks it’s going to damagethis design usually ends up damaging the block and pistons, destroyingtotaling the engine. Unless you want a new motor, the chain needs toengine out and making replacement your only viable option. It MUST be replaced when it beginsshows early failure symptoms to failavoid destroying the engine.
In general, most timing chain engines are interference designs. If the chain breaks it’s going to damagethis design usually ends up damaging the block and pistons, destroyingtotaling the engine. Unless you want a new motor, the chain needs toengine out and making replacement your only viable option. It MUST be replaced when it beginsshows early failure symptoms to failavoid destroying the engine.

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Timing chains are usually lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually done withinworn out at ~100k miles, give or take. That doesn’t always happen, but that’s what commonly happens. Even on a Toyota I’d still check it at 100kSince it's so common it's sometimes better to be sure it’s intact so ifget it has an issue, Idone as a precaution since timing chain engines are typically interfere. Nissan engines are almost all interfere designs, but you can get to it before it breaksconfirm that with the engine code.
Timing chains are usually lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually done withinworn out at ~100k miles, give or take. That doesn’t always happen, but that’s what commonly happens. Even on a Toyota I’d still check it at 100kSince it's so common it's sometimes better to be sure it’s intact so ifget it has an issue, Idone as a precaution since timing chain engines are typically interfere. Nissan engines are almost all interfere designs, but you can get to it before it breaksconfirm that with the engine code.
 
That said,MR16DDT engines have known timing issues so if you can tell ifown a 2011-13 Juke it may be a good idea to replace it to know for sure. This doesn't affect the HR16DE, so it's an interference engine byup to you on those. Unless you have a Nismo Juke, do not worry about the engine code. Nissan is usually interferenceVR38DETT.
That said,MR16DDT engines have known timing issues so if you can tell ifown a 2011-13 Juke it may be a good idea to replace it to know for sure. This doesn't affect the HR16DE, so it's an interference engine byup to you on those. Unless you have a Nismo Juke, do not worry about the engine code. Nissan is usually interferenceVR38DETT.
 
MR16DDT engines have known timing issues so if you own a 2011-13 Juke it may be a good idea to replace it to know for sure. The other common engine code is HR16DE. Unless you have a Nismo Juke, do not worry about the VR38DETT.

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In general, most timing chain engines are interference, so ifinterference designs. If the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block and pistons, destroying the engine. Unless you want a new motor, the chain needs to be replaced when it begins to fail. Some of them are still non-interference where it just disables the engine, but Nissans are usually interference designs.
MR16DDT engines have known timing issues so if you own a 2011-13 Juke it may be a good idea to replace it to know for sure. The other common engine code is HR16DE. Unless you have a Nismo Juke, do not worry about the VR38DETT.

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In general, most timing chain engines are interference, so ifinterference designs. If the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block and pistons, destroying the engine. Unless you want a new motor, the chain needs to be replaced when it begins to fail. Some of them are still non-interference where it just disables the engine, but Nissans are usually interference designs.

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Timing chains are usually lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually done within ~100k miles, give or take. That doesn’t always happen, but that’s what commonly happens. Even on a Toyota I’d still check it at 100k to be sure it’s intact so if it has an issue, I can get to it before it breaks.
 
The best way to know isThat said, you can tell if it's an interference engine by the engine code. If you have that, you can look into if it’s non-interference or interference. Nissan is usually interference,interference.

MR16DDT engines have known timing issues
so if you own a 2011-13 Juke it may be a good idea to replace it to know for sure. The other common engine code is HR16DE. Unless you have a Nismo Juke, do not be surprised if that ends up beingworry about the caseVR38DETT.
The best way to know isThat said, you can tell if it's an interference engine by the engine code. If you have that, you can look into if it’s non-interference or interference. Nissan is usually interference,interference.

MR16DDT engines have known timing issues
so if you own a 2011-13 Juke it may be a good idea to replace it to know for sure. The other common engine code is HR16DE. Unless you have a Nismo Juke, do not be surprised if that ends up beingworry about the caseVR38DETT.
 
Most timing chain engines are interference, so if the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block and pistons, destroying the engine. Unless you want a new motor, the chain needs to be replaced when it begins to fail. Some of them are still non-interference where it just disables the engine, but Nissans are usually interference designs.

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Timing chains are usually lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually done within ~100k miles, give or take. That doesn’t always happen, but that’s what commonly happens. Even on a Toyota I’d still check it at 100k to be sure it’s intact so if it has an issue, I can get to it before it breaks.
 
The best way to know is the engine code. If you have that, you can look into if it’s non-interference or interference. Nissan is usually interference, so do not be surprised if that ends up being the case.
 
Most timing chain engines are interference, so if the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block and pistons, destroying the engine. Unless you want a new motor, the beltchain needs to be changed on thesereplaced when it begins to fail. Some of them are still non-interference where it just disables the engine, but Nissans are usually interference designs.
Most timing chain engines are interference, so if the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block and pistons, destroying the engine. Unless you want a new motor, the beltchain needs to be changed on thesereplaced when it begins to fail. Some of them are still non-interference where it just disables the engine, but Nissans are usually interference designs.

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Timing chains are usually lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually done within ~100k miles, give or take. That doesn’t always happen, but that’s what commonly happens. Even on a Toyota I’d still check it at 100k to be sure it’s intact so if it has an issue, I can get to it before it breaks.
 
MostThe best way to know is the engine code. If you have that, you can look into if it’s non-interference or interference. Nissan is usually interference, so do not be surprised if that ends up being the case.

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timing chain engines are the interference typeinterference, so if the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block. On these interference engines, you need to replaceblock and pistons, destroying the timing chain when it begins to fail unlessengine. Unless you want to replace the entire engine with a low mileage used one or a factory rebuildnew motor, the belt needs to be changed on these. Some of them are still non-interference where it just killsdisables the engine, but Nissans are usually interference designs.
MostThe best way to know is the engine code. If you have that, you can look into if it’s non-interference or interference. Nissan is usually interference, so do not be surprised if that ends up being the case.

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timing chain engines are the interference typeinterference, so if the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block. On these interference engines, you need to replaceblock and pistons, destroying the timing chain when it begins to fail unlessengine. Unless you want to replace the entire engine with a low mileage used one or a factory rebuildnew motor, the belt needs to be changed on these. Some of them are still non-interference where it just killsdisables the engine, but Nissans are usually interference designs.

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Timing chains are usually lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually done within ~100k miles, give or take. That doesn’t always happen, but that’s what commonly happens. Even on a Toyota I’d still check it at 100k to be sure it’s intact so if it has an issue, I can get to it before it breaks.
Timing chains are usually lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually done within ~100k miles, give or take. That doesn’t always happen, but that’s what commonly happens. Even on a Toyota I’d still check it at 100k to be sure it’s intact so if it has an issue, I can get to it before it breaks.
 
Most timing chain engines are the interference type, so if the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block. On these interference engines, you need to replace the timing chain when it begins to fail unless you want to replace the entire engine with a low mileage used one or a factory rebuild. Some of them are still non-interference where it just kills the engine, but Nissans are usually interference designs.

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Timing chains are usually lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually done within ~100k miles, give or take. That doesn’t always happen, but that’s what commonly happens.
 
Most timing chain engines are the interference type, so if the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block. On these interference engines, you need to replace the timing chain when it begins to fail unless you want to dropreplace the entire engine with a new motor into the carlow mileage used one or a factory rebuild. Some of them are still non-interference where it just kills the engine, but Nissans are usually interferenceinterference designs.
Most timing chain engines are the interference type, so if the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block. On these interference engines, you need to replace the timing chain when it begins to fail unless you want to dropreplace the entire engine with a new motor into the carlow mileage used one or a factory rebuild. Some of them are still non-interference where it just kills the engine, but Nissans are usually interferenceinterference designs.

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Timing chains are usually lifetime parts, but that’s never the case most of the time. MAYBE on a Toyota, but on most of the models that use them it’s usually done within ~100k miles, give or take. That doesn’t always happen, but that’s what commonly happens.

Most timing chain engines are the interference type, so if the chain breaks it’s going to damage the block. On these interference engines, you need to replace the timing chain when it begins to fail unless you want to drop a new motor into the car. Some of them are still non-interference where it just kills the engine, but Nissans are usually interference.

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