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Timing belt didnt brake

The timing belt didnt brake or come off. Is there a chance of it having a safety switch or just jumping time

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    break? a safety switch for what? Not sure what your problem is.

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I don't know on older model of CRV but 07 CRV it has timing CHAIN, not belt. So no need to change out every 60,000 miles or so.

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Looks like they are designed to jump time so that motor doesnt lock up. new belt and running great. thanks

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