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I have a 1992 Honda Accord with almost 150k. Around this time what kind of maintenance needs to be done. I was thinking timing belt and the water pump. I bought it in February of this year and the only repairs I know of are the ones I did recently. Any suggestions?

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Timing belt and water pump would be a wise repair procedure and great insurance to keep this vehicle running as it should.

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I have a 1991 Accord (5 spd, 2.2 4-cyl)so I know exactly what your car needs. The Chilton's manual outlines the exact service schedules; you must replace the belt every 90,000 miles. Get to know your local dealers parts guys well, because if you DIY your car at all, you will need them. They will probably tell you that 150,000 is a bit early to replace the water pump. I got my Honda at 258,000 miles on the original water pump and replaced it at the regular service schedule of 270,000 (third timing belt). It is a good idea to replace it all at once if you need to. I would recommend always replacing these items at the service schedule of 90k: timing belt, balancer belt, BOTH tensioners, and the thermostat (you also have to drain the antifreeze, so replace it anyway). Adjusters, seals, and water pump perhaps need only be changed every two to three timing belt jobs. If you're interested in saving some money and doing this job yourself, check out my link here: http://factoidz.com/timing-belt-change-tips-1991-honda-accord/ The only tough part is getting that main drive pulley nut off.... good luck!

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The timing belt and water pump is a great idea. I would change the transmission fluid and filter. Change the fuel filter. An O2 sensor replacement might be a good idea too.

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