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I have a honda civic 2007 with 94000 miles on. should I replace the timing belt??

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from 2003 to 2007 inline 4 cyl, models have timing chains, that do not require replacing. All of these engines are INTERFERENCE engines. If the belt breaks you WILL have serious engine damage. if a rubber timing belt, honda says about 100,000 miles. have a good day !!

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Every 60000 to 90000 miles, or if you ever have an oil leak on the front of your engine, as this weakens the belt. While you're there replace the water pump too. It's just good insurance. So yea i suggest you change it

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