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.
For my 2001 Honda Passport, I paid $420 to have the water pump and timing belt replaced in October 2008.
The water pump on a 1999 Honda Passport is located behind the timing belt cover. The radiator and timing belt have to be removed to access the water pump.
Water Pump 94 passportThe water pump is located under the timing belt covers and is a nightmare to replace if you are a common do it your self mechanic.The top and front half of the engine has to be removed.Take it to a Honda dealer and have them replace the timing belt and the water pump at the same time. Two birds in one stone helps save money!
It is behind the timing belt coves and you will have to take the timing belt off to change the water pump out
The water pump is located in the timing set up behind the timing cover its a good idea to replace the timing belt when u replace the water pump
the water pump is located underneath the timing belt cover and requires that the timing belt be removed in order to replace it as it is driven by the timing belt.
You do not have to change the timing belt to replace the water pump. You do have to remove the timing belt cover to be able to access the bolts that hold the water pump on.
The 2002 Honda Passport has a timing belt. This belt must be replaced every 100,000 miles. You should also replaced the water pump at the same time. Warning: This is an interference engine.
located behind the timing belt cover and engine mount bracket. Its driven by the timing belt. To replace it the engine must be jack up to remove the motor mount.
The pump is set into the front of the engine block. You have to remove the timing belt to get to it.
the water pump is under the timing cover, if you replace the water pump, it is also a good time to change out the timing belt... Honda recomends changing water pumps when you change the timing belt...
Around $900 at your Honda Dealer. That includes replacing the water pump and the coolant.
At a Honda dealership around $900 with replacement of the water pump also.
Honda says to replace the timing belt at 105,000. I replaced mine at 100,000. Don't know the recommendation for the water pump but had mine done with the belt replacement.
It is located in front of engine you must remove timing cover and timing belt. So if your going to do this replace timing belt to if you have not done so.
The owners manual on a 2003 Honda Pilot (V6 engine) suggests replacing the timing belt at 105K miles as well as inspecting the water pump.
You should replace the water pump, tensioner, seals, and drive belts with the timing belt. It should be no more than 450 dollars.
REMOVE THE TIMING BELT IS NUMBER 1.
Around $850 at a Honda dealer and around $400 at an independant shop.
Around $900 at a Honda dealer for the timing belt & water pump. Head gasket cost depends on if the head needs work or replacement.
I just called the honda dealer here in Long Island (Atlantic Honda) and got a price of $799 for the timing belt and water pump replacement. A local service station gave a ruff price of $750 to do the same
Its under the timing cover. Do it each time you replace the timing belt between 60,000 or every 5 years if you don't drive so much. Do the tensioner as well as preventive maintenance.
Your 2001 Honda Civic has a timing belt. Your engine is an interference engine and as such if the cam belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Replace the belt at 110,000 miles and also replace the water pump which is driven by the belt.
It has a timing belt and it MUST be changed every 105,000 miles. This is an interference engine and as such if the belt breaks there will be serious engine damage. Also replace the water pump when you replace the belt as it is driven by the cam belt.