You do not have to replace the timing belt but you will have to remove it in order the replace the pump. Unless the belt is pretty new I suggest you replace it at the same time you replace the pump. The pump should have been replaced when you replaced the belt at 105,000 miles.
Hi, the trans front pump bolts have become loose. but if it has been slipping for a while then tigntening the bolts will not help you will have to replace it.
The timing belt has been replaced with a no-maintenance chain on 2006 & up
I've been informed it has a timing chain, not belt, and therefore does not need to be replaced.
Honda ATF Z-1 (Note Z-1 has been replaced by Honda ATF-DW1).
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The timing or crankcase sensor needs to be checked and most likely replaced.
Since (and including) the 2002 model year, CR-V's have been equipped with timing chains.
If the timing belt has been replaced then it is probably too tight.
If the timing belt has not been replaced during prior visits the 105k interval is when it should be replaced regardless of inspection. It should be checked at 60k and 80k for the 1.8T, and if there are signs of wear at that time replaced.
If a starter has been replaced vacuum hoses may have been damaged. There is a junction of vacuum hoses under a starter. (at least 8) Make sure all of them are connected. i have the same question. My 1997 Passport 4 wheel drive stays on all the time. Did you find a solution? Arthur
This is only a preliminary, starter, answer,an maybe an expert will come along and improve this answer with more detail. Generally, anytime you dissassemble and reassemble anything it is recommended to replace all GASKETS involved. Also, unless your radiator hoses, by-pass hose, and hose clamps have been recently replaced, it is recommended that they be replaced also. Due to your vehicle's age, if these items are "original," it IS TIME to replace these items.