The cost to fix a timing belt on a Honda Prelude will vary depending on labor costs, parts, and location. On average, prices will start at about $400 to change the timing belt.
The 88 Prelude does not use a dual timing belt. It has a single timing belt
every 70,000 miles.
You change the timing belt at 100,000 km. you can do it at 90,000 just to be on the safe side. If it breaks you can bend your valves
i really really dont know
how do i change my timing belt on my honda?
The 1987 Honda Prelude has a timing belt. It's made of rubber and is grooved to match up with the cogs on the engine. It does not have a metal chain.
Behind the timing belt cover
There is no timing belt on 2004 Honda accord, but a timing chain.
timing belt change 2008 civic
the miles are 81000 of Honda odeysse 2004, When should change of timing belt?
You have a timing chain not a timing belt.
On the driver's side of the engine under the timing belt cover. It is driven by the the timing belt. If you do change it you should always replace your timing belt and water pump while you are in there. You will save yourself time and money in the long run.
No, not if the belt was installed correctly.
The 2006 Honda Odessey has a timing belt not a time change and it is critical that you change the belt around 115,000 miles.
A 2014 Honda Pilot has a timing Belt, You can look in your owners manuel to determine the change interval.
Belt! Change at 7 years or 160,000 kms.
Changing a timing belt is very complex with hundreds of details. Directions for changing the timing belt can be obtained when you purchase the timing belt.
The timing may be off. If the timing belt is old then the gears can slip and cause backfiring, or the engine to not run at all.
the timing belt needs to be replaced every 100,000 KM. I would change it a little prior to that. If it breaks, you can bend your valves.
The 1991 Honda Prelude has an interference engine. If the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Replace the belt at 90,000 miles. As the water pump is driven by the same belt, also replace the pump at the same time to avoid future labor costs.
You don't. Its no longer a timing "belt" its a timing chain, which never will need to be changed.
Timing chain, no. Timing belt, yes.
The recommended interval for timing belt is generally thought to be 65,000 miles.
BELT - factory recommended change mileage is : 105,000.