The chains are serviceable and make sure that when its done the oil pump chain is done aswell.....this was a recall item ,i have just bought an accord as a non runner that has had a cam chain done and now the oil pump chian has snapped and taken the cam chain with it....!!!!!!!!!! not a nice mess as you can imagine,J
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Hi ,1st I would make sure the timing marks are lined up,if they are your most likely fine,if not get a new timming chain,line up the cam and crank timmind marks install the chain and start it ,if the m,arks stay lined up and runs ok your set.I'ts cheap and easy to do for just the price of a timming chain.See ya,Don
Dont think Honda Motor Company would cover it on an 04 plate anyway, so get a second opinion from another Honda dealer, dont think it will need all of those parts either unless Honda have modified all of them which is unlikely
It depends on the engine. The 4 cylinder engine uses a timing chain, and is generally replaced every 150,000 miles (Honda doesn't give a specific interval) with the water pump (driven off of the timing chain) and timing gears. On the V6 engine, you have a regular rubber/steel belt, and it is supposed to be replaced every 105,000 miles, according to Honda. The water pump is driven off the belt as well, and should be inspected or replaced. (I recommend replacing the water pump anyway, just to save yourself any future trouble)