Originally Posted by MUSTANG_DANOS
Sounds like a real pain to change on the v6
The correct procedure is pull the engine from the car because you have to seperate the engine & trans. My chains were good, but the plastic guides had disintegrated. If I'd have had to replace the chains, I'd have pulled the engine, because you have to buy a special tool kit to keep the timing correct.
The GT's have regular chains going up the front.
That is why it's so important to keep up regular maintenance with these cars. I know a couple guys who've never had to touch their V6's timing chains because they kept up on the maintenance. The previous owner of my car didn't, he beat on it.