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Hi. Got a 2000 Accord V6 at 105K miles, which is when the owner's manual says to replace the timing belt. Does anyone have experiences with successfully waiting longer to change it? What is realistic in terms of usable life for these belts? Thanks a lot.
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I have seen them last 130k.. I have seen most of them last 90-100 k .. i have seen some brake at 70k .. your car ,your money , your call ..but my professional advice ,, do it ASAP..
A lot of it depends also if you do mostly city or hwy driving ..
Take a look in the DIY section before asking for help.
i heard from some where that the belts cant ever snap really, and are made to anti-stretch to help keep timing accurate. The only thing they can do is deteriarate?
And ramone899 i klnow how you feel, its sucks cause the damn timiing belt job cost around 700 around here. so much damn money.
Honda Accord 2000 ex coupe
Short Ram Intake
17" rims with V-rated sports tires.
10.3mm spark wires.
Soon to be lowered 1" for the spring time.
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