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How do I replace my timing belt? Just hit 80,000 miles HeLp!!!

Does anybody know where I can download a instruction manual how to install a timing belt. I bought a 99 Accord LX that just hit the 80000 mile mark. I don't know if the previous owner replaced the belt and that is what concerns me. I would appreciate if someone would give me or email me instructions how to replace the timing belt. I would really appreciate if someone can email me instructions with diagrams and pictures how to replace the belt.

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The easiest thing to do is to go to your local parts store and buy a hanes repair manual. they have all the instructions and pictures

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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SOURCE: JUST GOT 99 HONDA AACORD, NOTICE OIL LEAK, ON FORNT CAR PASSANGER

Wash the engine if need be to find the source of the leak.  It could be the oil fill cap, the valve cover gasket, the oil filter seal or a dozen other places.   

Posted on Mar 22, 2009

SOURCE: where is the oild filter for a 99 honda accord lx

its either between the radiator and the engine down low or on the backside between the firewall an the engine. If its in the back you access it from below. Jack the car up and support.

Posted on Nov 21, 2009

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