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Timming chain problems
I don't know what "timming" or "minic" means, but (from context) I'm assuming you think that you are having some kind of a a TIMING chain problem.
The timing chain simply goes around the crank shaft sprocket and around the cam gear, turning the cam shaft. If it is in place, your vehicle will run. If it breaks, the vehicle will not run. If it is loose, your vehicle may run rough, but there will be an obvious rattling noise coming out of the timing chain cover at the front of the engine, as it moves the tensioner aroundr.
That's about it for a timing chain. There is nothing else to it.
Hope that answers your question!
Now if you have an actual SYMPTOM you'd like diagnosed, try again.... and use spell check :)
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Gear shift light out
It's inside the IP. There are resistors in it that seems to drop out all the time. I haven't figured out if it is a bad solder joint or from heat. But I fix them all the time. They are about 3/8 inch long X 1/16 inch in diameter. Dark brown in color. Located on the top of the board on both left and right sides. They do fall off. So be carefull when you open up the IP. They are hard o find on dark carpet.
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2001 dodge 1500 4x4 governor pressre sensor
Remove the Transmission pan. It is the larger one of the 4 solenoids, it is the rearward one of the set of solenoids. Usually a black color and round like a small pepper shaker. If you are replacing this one, you really should replace them all. This governor pressure sensor, when if fails, usually causes the transmission to start off in 2nd gear and then upshift to other gears is delayed and harsh.
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P131 OBD II Code
Type: 2005 Chevy OBD P131
Every thing you'll ever need about vehicles,
is all over the internet
Keep in mind, codes are not there, to tell you
to replace any parts
Codes guide to a system ----only----
From there you component test to find a problem
Only tested & failed parts get replaced & for a reason
Best if you have professional scan tool to work with
& road test with it
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