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1995 accord timing belt schedule

What is the honda's timing belt replacement schedule for 95 accord; and how can I tell if it's been changed without spending big $$ ? I just purchased car from lot with 114,000 miles on odo.

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  • broneen Sep 27, 2008

    other than carfax...can you tell if timing belt has been changed on '95 accord without big $$ ?

  • broneen Sep 27, 2008

    can you tell if timing belt has been changed without just changing it?

  • broneen Sep 27, 2008

    are timing belts likely to break after 114,000 miles on accords?

  • broneen Sep 27, 2008

    I guess there is no simple answer to this question.

  • broneen Sep 27, 2008

    thanks

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If the timing belt has been replaced recently, a mechanic can inspect it taking the cover off, and tell you, that won't cost big money.

If it has been replaced 50K miles ago it wont be possible to know.

If the car has 114K miles, I suggest taking it to a mechanic and replacing the timing belt.

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In our side of the world, we try to replace it after 90,000 km and your car is way overdue then. probably because we uses km here instead of the miles.

you can not tell if it has been replaced unless you will take it out and recognize if you can if it is still new. i would doubt if it was replaced.

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Timing belts last a 100,000 miles easy. Even the owner's manuals will generally state the replacement interval for a timing belt or serpentine belt to be over 100k 5 years. It is just inspections up till then.

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    Zander Rovic Ocampo Sep 27, 2008

    If belts have cracks or even small chunks 1/4 inch or less

    missing from the belt then that is fine and acceptable without requiring

    replacement.

    JUST MAKE AN INSPECTIONS AND DO CHECK.. BUT IT IS REQUIRED TO CHANGED IT IF THE BELT WAS OVER 100K OR 5YRS.


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6 years or 90,000 miles whichever comes first. You are overdue to say the least.

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    yadayada Sep 27, 2008

    It is miles not kilometers as one person posted

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    yadayada Sep 27, 2008

    When it comes to timing belts it's much better to be safe than sorry,

    I gave you the correct answer, if you choose to ignore or dicount the info as incorrect don't ask

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