Q: Rattling noise underneath front

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I can hear a rattling noise coming from underneath the front of the vehicle.

Hi, it sounds like it could be the timing chain. I would recommend getting a certified mechanic to replace your timing chain. This involves a lot of disassembly of the engine and can be difficult if you are not familiar with the components. 

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