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How do you replace the water pump and the timing belt on a 1995 Honda passport?

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2005-09-22 02:42:01
2005-09-22 02:42:01

Unless you are skilled and have the knowledge and tools to do this, you better take it to a professional. This is an interference engine and if this is done incorrectly, severe engine damage can occur when you attempt to start the engine. At least purchase a repair manual before attempting this.

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