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Click on the following free direct Link. It has the correct Timing Belt Diagrams for your 1995 Honda Accord 2.2L SOHC 4-Cylinder Engine. Plus Instructional and Directional Diagrams you will find helpful.
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Technically, nothing else needs to be changed when replacing a timing belt, however it is recommended or suggested to replace the timing belt tensioner and water pump while doing the belt. These items are only accessable when doing a timing belt. The cost should be under $100.00
Replacing the timing belt, if you're mechanically inclined, is not a bad job at all. Haynes has a good step by step instructions for your car. The only problem you'll have is removing the balancer bolt. It's on there tight. If you decide to do the job yourself, email me and I'll tell you the trick on removing the balancer bolt without the use of an impact gun. I do this trick on all the Honda's I change the timing belts on.