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What is the timing belt change intervals?

Just bought a 2003 Honda Pilot. It has 123,000 miles. what are the timing belt replacement intervals?

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Should have been done at 90 to 105k owners manual will give you your exact mileage but 90 to 105k in pretty standard for the honda line.

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