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Timming belt i have 03 honda civic ls and like to know how long thats the timming belt last

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    lol Mine lasted until 195,000kms.

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Just stick with the 105,000 schedule. I've never seen one go before that, and I have been working on 2001-2006 Civics since they came out. Honda uses quality belts.

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Boy, you will get several different answers on this one. You manual will give you that info, but from my experience I would not go over 70,000. Ive seen them break at 40,000 and Ive see them still running at well over 100,000. So take your pick. I say 70.

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Intervals between timing belt changes Honda Civic 1.4s 2008 thanks


The info I have seen is about 150,000 mi.
But it is really dependent on the wear on the belts is in certain different climates.
The belts can break at any time. 150,000 is just a rough estimate.

Some engines will be damaged if the belt is broken, like Hondas, others will not, like my old Pinto.
So it's a gamble, we all have to guess and hope it's accurate.

So I would say "ask your Honda dealer."

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what engine.? lots of engines, used. and 21 models of civic, USA.
its usually.
1: valve cover, (yes, most can leak from top down behind the belt.
2: cam seals
3: crank end seal
4: oil pump seals.
6: oil pan ( last choice)

finding oil leaks takes hard work , clean, it find it .
or use the dye kits.

gravity and wind, allows it to go where ever IT wants.
so it must be clean first to find it.. see?
or use the dye kits, it shows a live leak best.

ever look here?
http://estore.honda.com/honda/parts/view-honda-parts-catalog-detail.asp?m=1997-civic-2-dx-4at&sn=&b=E++09&dl=

question, at the 60k mile service points. you check lash, settings.
with a new timing belt. and at such point, a new valve cover gasket gets fitted, did you? if yes, its not leaking if not>????
the front edge of the VC gasket, leaks down behind what i call
the VC leak hidder, tin pan. plate. behind the cam cog
is a plate, and the VC leaks down from there to the cam seal
then down front of engine, then past crank seal the, to cover.
seen this on all most all OHC engines...
cause, nobody does the 60k or does it and uses the old gaskets.
id look there first. but id dont have service history.
start high work down due to gravity.....
the FSM is here.
see that too. "free" too
http://hondatech.info/downloads/Auto/Manuals/Civic/

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I have 03 honda civic coupe cranks but dont start no spurk how can i fix it


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1994 honda civic, had a broken timing belt that was replaced by a mechanic and the car is not the same since then, it is very lazy struggling to drive since that time.


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Fitting a timming belt to an honda civic 1.6 vtec 51 plate how does the belt tension work


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Need to know the steps on how to set the timming on a 1991 hona civic


FIRST:
Click on the following free direct Link. It has the Serpentine Belt Diagram and Tensioner location for your specific 1.5L or 1.6L Engine and options (AC/No AC etc.).
It also has the directional diagrams on how to rotate the Adjustment Bolts on both the Alternator and Power Steering to loosen the belts, inorder to both remove and reinstall the belts.

http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/1991/make/honda/model/civic/1991_honda_civic_drive_belt_routing_diagram.htm
SECOND:
Click on the following free direct Link. It has the Timing: Belt and Mark Diagrams for your 1991 Honda Civic. Plus additional Instructional and Directional Diagrams.
http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/1991/make/honda/model/civic/1991_honda_civic_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

I would also strongly suggest purchasing either a Haynes or Chilton Manual, available at most auto parts stores. It has specific information you will need incuding the Torque Specifications for each and every Bolt and Nut you will be removing. Cost is $20-$25 fo the manuals.

Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa.com!

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