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Hello and welcome to just answer, my name is ***** ***** master tech here to help. I cannot see or hear your vehicle so I rely on your input to my questions so I can help you better. I read your question and notes to what is happening. If there are no engine lights on or codes in the ECU that sounds like they miss aligned that bank when they chained the timing belt. The funny part is you can be out one tooth one way and not effect things too much but the other way you'll notice it rt away. So what I;m suggesting is to take it back and have them check the timing alignment on that bank you hear the noise coming from. If you require further assistance let me know and please take the time to rate my service. thank you and happy new year.
Thanx for that info that just makes me think that's more the problem then because being one tooth out won't set codes. PLease do as I suggested and let me know from there good luck.
No thanks for what I just give you a logical place to start ? do you want my help or not?
The n you have to go through customer service as we independent contractors do not have that capability to do that. Jus t ignore ratting me and go to customer service and you should be helped there. good day.