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Need instructions how to change timing belt on 2003 honda accord

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Timing belts on Hondas are one of the easier vehicles to do, however i strongly encourage you to get a chiltons manual or such from your local parts store such as Autozone or Advance Auto Parts. Because first of all you will need to see where the timing marks on the cam and crank have to be set before installing the new belt, If not lined up proper the car won't run and you can do valve damage as well. Timing Mark Alignment is very important. I also recommend if you do change it your self to definetly change the water pump while you are in there since it is timing belt driven. please feel free to let me know if I can help you with anything else with it. swiftautorepairs.com

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If you need instructions, you should not attempt. take it to a shop that does a lot of honda repairs. if you do attempt and valves get bent, or you need to do it over again. the money you think your saving just went down the drain.

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