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When should a timing belt be replaced on a Honda Civic?

When should a timing belt be replaced on a Honda Civic?

Although timing belts are critical, there’s no need to replace them regularly –unless explicitly recommended in your Honda owner’s manual. Some automakers recommend changing a timing belt between 60,000 and 100,000, others don’t. Many of today’s timing belts can go 100,000 miles or more without needing to be replaced.

How long does a timing belt last on a Honda Civic?

60,000 to 100,000 miles
Timing belts are replaced as part of scheduled maintenance, usually every 60,000 to 100,000 miles.

When did Honda switch from timing belt to timing chain?

Prior to that the V6 models had timing belts still while the four cylinders were using chains since all the way back in 2008. Honda Civics have been using timing chains since 2006, while the Honda Element had timing chains since 2003 as had the Honda CRV.

How can you tell the timing belt interval?

You will need to know your vehicle’s engine size to use this table. Once you know, you can determine your Ford timing belt interval by using the first table and the reference key. Be sure to look at the second table to see whether or not the engine is interference-fit.

When to replace timing belt on Toyota Tacoma?

Tundras equipped with chains were manufactured from 2005 to present, with a V6 engine, 2007 to 2014 models with a 5.7 V8, and those made in 2010 to 2014 with a 4.6 V8. If your Tacoma is a V6 from 1995 to 2004, replace the belt at 60k miles.

When to replace timing belt on Toyota Venza?

All Venzas manufactured from 2009 to the present-day have a chain, so don’t stress about the belt. If you own a 2000 to 2004 V6 Tundra get ready for a replacement by 60k miles. For a 4.7 V8 engine made between 2000 and 2009, prepare to replace the belt when the mileage reaches 90k miles.

When to replace timing belt on Toyota Sienna?

Those that own a 2011 or 2012 4-cylinder Sienna are in luck, as your model year has a chain- so do V6s built from 2007 on. Highlanders manufactured from 2001 to 2007 with a V6 engine require a new belt every 60k miles. Owners of 4-cylinder Highlanders from 2001 to 2007 and V6s from 2008 on have chains, however, no belt is needed.

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