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Should I replace the timing belt & water pump at the 90k for my 2005 acura tl

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Yes it would be a very good idea to change them all at once. You can't go wrong there because most timing belts and water pumps go out around 90-100,000 miles. Go for it I would.

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Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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