According to that list, you should be on about your 2nd upper chain tensioner and front crank seal. Seem to be normal-ish wear items about every 100K-150K. Any issues there?274,257 and going strong. Original motor and automatic transmission. It's a 1996 1.6 liter. Have replaced both cv joints, both front wheel bearings, brake pads, rotors once, alternator 3 times, regreased rear wheel bearings, Struts, shocks, tie rod ends, rear brake shoes once, belts once. Not much else, and I did it all myself, except for the front wheel bearings. Did all own oil changes and tranny fluid changes. I find it amazing that it still has the original working a/c compressor, water pump, power steering pump, fuel pump, etc. Best car I've ever owned.
Timing chain is supposed to last the life of the vehicle, is what I hear. No timing chain work on mine yet. Front crank seal was replaced once, when they did the right front wheel bearing. But I got to admit, it leaked for a long time. Yea, I replaced the whole axles on both sides and not just the c/v joints.According to that list, you should be on about your 2nd upper chain tensioner and front crank seal. Seem to be normal-ish wear items about every 100K-150K. Any issues there?
Only thing I haven't done on your list is CV joints. I just went with whole axles. Seems like that was a heckuva lot easier that way. Sure more $$$, but easier.
That's the feeling I'm getting as well. Had to pull my stuff apart at about 160K. Chain looked fine...a hair bit stretched when compared to a new one, but otherwise ok. I had other issues with the intermediate gear missing teeth...then I jacked everything up by forgetting to tighten up a couple of bolts. Long story...Timing chain is supposed to last the life of the vehicle, is what I hear.