Question about 2001 Honda Civic
My 2001 126,000 miles honda civic is makin a ticking noise underneath the hood.im not sure if the timing belt was ever changed.would the car have no pick up if its the timing belt?how can u tell if its the timing belt?
The ticking sound is probably an out of adjustment valve.This can cause performance problems if it is severe enough. Go to www.georgebelton.com/6g.civic.tech/valve.clearance/index.php for step by step instructions w/ detailed photographs for this repair. The timing belt is one of those type of things that works 100% or not at all. At 126,000 miles I recommend having the belt(s) replaced. It is fairly inexpensive to have done and will extend the life of your vehicle 2 fold. If you belt fails it will probably destroy your motor so it is money well spent. Good Luck!!!
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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