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WHY AND WHEN DO I NEED TO CHANGE THE TIMING BELT ON A 2000 HONDA ACCORD, 6 CYLINDER?

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Every 100,000 miles or so you need to change the timing belt as it is the cornerstone to the engine. If the timing belt fails, and your engine is an interference engine, it can make the valves smash into the pistons which will need a full rebuild ($$$$) or replacement.

Don't scrimp on the timing belt, get one direct from Honda or at the very least a very good blueprint. A few hundred dollars getting a new one and installing it will save thousands in case it breaks.

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SOURCE: PROBLEM WIT HONDA.

make sure the harmonic balancer is on right

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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PROBLEM WIT HONDA.


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