Question about 1996 Honda Accord
7 hours. at my shop $50 per hour equals $350 the high retail for the belt is $58 and it'swiseand maybe nessary to changethewater pump while the work is being done. This is for the 6 cylinder car and changing the oils seals on the oil pump and the cam shafts. The belt is supposed to be changed every 80 thousand miles and the seals and the waterpump shoould be changed too. If the belt failed ( broke) the the engine may be damged and have to be rebuilt to repair the damage or even replaced ( the whole engine). the 4 cyclinder is different. The V Tec taks 4 hours before changing the seals and the water pump. add 2 1/2 hours for that. the twin cam non v tec is about the same but if the belt isbroken all this is for not.as theengine may ( it does'nt have to be) damaged.and sometimes beyond resonable repair. ( you can fix anything if you spend enough money) If the engines damaged by a broken timing belt a good used moter installed is likly better an cheaper.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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