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03 CRV - is there a timing belt and does it need replacement - what is recommended on water pump (no problems with it)

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FOR YOUR YEAR AND MODEL T/BELT IS 60,000MILES(100,000KM)AND I WOULD RECOMED YOU ALSO DO THE WATERPUMP AS IT WILL GO BETWEEN NOW AND THE NEXT BELT CHANGE

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