Most late model vehicles come with timing chains, and Honda is no exception. But thanks to Honda legendary reliability, there are still plenty of Hondas that were built years ago and come with a timing belt. Typically Honda timing belt needs replacement every 90,000 - 105,000 miles, depending on the model of your vehicle – your Owner’s Manual should spell out the timing belt replacement interval.
We highly recommend following Honda recommendations for the timing belt replacement – because timing belt failure can lead to serious engine problems.
During the timing belt replacement, we will inspect related components, and may also replace pulleys and tensioner. We also check the water pump for any signs of problems – that’s because water pump replacement is relatively inexpensive when combined with the timing belt replacement – most of the labor necessary to get to the water pump has already been performed in order to replace the timing belt.
Naturally you may not be sure when your Honda’s timing belt may need to be replaced – give us a call, we can look up the time interval for your specific model, and also check in a national database if your vehicle had the timing belt replaced recently (this database does not always have all necessary information, but if it does say that your vehicle had the timing belt recently replaced, we know there is no need for replacement at this time).
So give us a call. Our Walnut Creek auto care facility provides 36 months / 36,000 miles nationwide warranty on all repairs performed by our nationally ASE certified technicians. Our friendly service advisors will be happy to assist you with Honda timing belt replacement or any other automotive service or repairs – our auto repair garage can service both foreign and domestic vehicles. Call us to make an appointment.