Hello, I recently purchased a 2014 taurus police interceptor from the town in connecticut where I live. The vehicle with 123k on the clock has a coolant leak, all this was revealed beforehand so it came as no surprise and my bid was in line with a vehicle that would possibly need an engine replacement. Long story short, the dealer which was recommended to me says a water pump replacement with get it up and running and that they can do it with all the gaskets for about $2300 tax included. They don't seem to be pushing for a timing chain replacement which I've heard should also be done as long as everything is apart. The town takes pretty good care of their vehicles and the taurus runs smooth and is in good shape otherwise. What would be the conventional wisdom of posters here. Anything else to consider. Will they be able to detect a worn timing chain by visually inspecting it. I've called to 2 other dealers and the price quoted is in line with their estimates, more or less.