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At what milliage should you change the timing belt?

I have 56,000 miles on my Honda and the Dealer says I need to change my timing belt. They want $850.00 to do this, is it really necessary?

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    My question is...is it necessary to change all belts if only one needs to be changed?

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It is recommended at 60,000 find a repubable repair facility we charge @650.00 for the service with water pump,all belts and front seals

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