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The picture states honda accord 2001 and going off this info there is a 2.3 petrol with a timing belt due every 72,000 miles every 8 years .

Theres a Accord type R with same info as 2.3

Or thers a 2.0 or 2.4 thats chain driven

Non of witch are 6 cylinders
hope this helps

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