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When do you change the timing belt on a 4 cylinder honda accord?

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About 60,000 miles and 120.000 and so on

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I need a full picture of removing an replacing a timing belt on a 1991 honda accord 2.2 liter engine 4 cylinder


http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=55332

this takes you to cb7tuner.com which is dedicated to your type of honda. the link takes you to a run through of changing your timing belt. goodluck.

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When should the timing belt be replaced


This is going to depend on which engine you have. The 2005 Accord 4 cylinder has a timing chain and is maintenance free. The 6 cylinder model has a timing belt and should be changed every 90 to 100 thousand miles which you do not want to skip.

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When do I have to replace my timing belt 4 cylinder 2004 manual honda accord?


On Honda Accord between 2002 - 2010 all they came with was an 2.4L engine, all have timing chain in them, no timing belt

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How do i change the waterpump in a 1990 honda accord


probably under timing cover behind timing belt and components, replace timinng belt and all tensioners and pulleys associated. very advanced and time consuming work. You didnt specify V6 or 4 cylinder.

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What else needs to be changed when doing a timing belt on a 1999 honda accord? and about how much should it cost?


Technically, nothing else needs to be changed when replacing a timing belt, however it is recommended or suggested to replace the timing belt tensioner and water pump while doing the belt. These items are only accessable when doing a timing belt. The cost should be under $100.00

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how many labors hours are required to change a 2001 honda accord 2door 4 cyl timing belt and water pump?

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Timing belt on Accord 2004 v6 models


2003 and up Honda Accord with 4 cylinder engines do indeed have a chain and the V6 has a belt which must be replaced at 110,000 miles. Why? Ask Honda, they designed the engines.

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make sure the harmonic balancer is on right

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you mean the serpintine belt?

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