Q: HI, I'm considering a 2011 mini cooper s with 143k miles. Timing chain has not been replaced. What would cost be to replace when/

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HI, I'm considering a 2011 mini cooper s with 143k miles. Timing chain has not been replaced. What would ballpark cost be to replace when/if it does start rattling?

My car has 143000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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