Timing Chain and Chain Tensioner

• Both the primary and secondary timing chains use roller chains with a pitch of 9.525 mm (0.375 in.).

• The timing chain is lubricated by an oil jet.

• The primary timing chain uses one chain tensioner, and each of the secondary timing chains for the right and left banks uses one chain tensioner.

• Both the primary and secondary chain tensioners use a spring and oil pressure to maintain proper chain tension at all times. They suppress noise generated by the timing chains.

• The primary chain tensioner is the ratchet type with a non-return mechanism.

Secondary Timing Chain

Secondary Chain Tensioner

Secondary Chain Tensioner

Secondary Chain Tensioner

Ball

Ball Spring fa

Main Spring Plunger

Spring Plunger

Spring Plunger

Cam Spring

Secondary Timing Chain

Secondary Chain Tensioner

Secondary Chain Tensioner

Secondary Chain Tensioner

Main Spring Plunger

Toyota Sienna 2007 Timing Chain
Secondary Timing Chain

Chain Damper Timing Chain Oil Jet

Primary Timing Chain

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