Timing Belt

Asked by Claire10101 Jun 15, 2009 at 12:26 PM about the 2003 Honda Odyssey

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2003 Odyssey has 65K miles. Dealer says timing belt needs to be changed.  Recommendations? It seems early to me.

7 Answers

how hard have you drove it. Becuase thats another factor that can go into the problem

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yeah man,do it...if it snaps you'll cry...don't take chances with timing belts,and how hard it's been driving has nothing to do with it at all I would have done it a 50k miles/80k kilometers

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my old corolla had a snapped timing belt cause they told me to change at 140k kilometers

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yeah they have to be done between 60 and 80k aswell...unless it's different on Mount Akina...lol

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hahaha i changed it at 50k and forgot about it unitl BANG

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told Itsuki to do it too on his eight-five and just in time

930

As far as mileage goes, I would follow the manufacturer's guidance, but don't let it go beyond 10 years on an interference engine. The belt will be the least of your worries.

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