Question about 2001 Honda Accord
Due for 105,000 mile checkup tomorrow and will replace all belts as stated in my car manual check list. Price for all this is was $1,600 (?????) and now got Honda dealership service down to $920 + tax. Live in So. Calif. so we are not quoting mid west or southern state pricing. What do you think?
I can see that as being possible. Hondas are usually due for timing belt replacement at 90k though - has this been done on your car? If it has, then it doesn't need to be done again for 90k miles from the mileage it was originally done at. If your car needs this service, it's the big one. A timing belt service usually is the timing belt, the t-belt tensioner, accessory belts, any tensioners for them, water pump, thermostat, spark plugs, and all filters and fluids. That price may be somewhat on the high end, and I think you should comparison shop a few places to see where their pricing comes in, but I can believe that quote (the $920 quote, not the $1600 - that's ridiculous).
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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