In the present study, a procedure for analyzing vibration and noise information for a chain-driven engine timing system is developed. The procedure is composed of three steps: mechanism system modeling, vibration analysis and noise analysis. In the system modeling process, the system is built by computer-aided design software. Then, this chain-driven system is simulated by using commercial package MSC Motion, in which motions and forces of the components of the system are evaluated. In the following step, finite element vibration analysis is performed by using ANSYS. The results are compared with the experiment data which includes the vibration data as well as acoustic data. In order to obtain the accurate model of the system, the experiment data and simulation data are compared in order to adjust system parameter in the modeling process. Finally, the results are verified by vibration and acoustic data which is obtained from acoustic holography measurement and vibration analysis. It is found out from this procedure that by measuring the vibration data and comparing the simulation data at the guider position and the back plate has provided key informations in this analysis.