timing belt change 2008 civic
The 2007 Honda Civic has a timing chain that should last the life of the engine.
Never, the 2004 Civic SI has a timing chain as do all K Series engines.
recommended change interval is 60,000 miles
According to Honda's website, 2006 was the first year that all the standard Honda Civic's (CE LX DX etc) had timing CHAINS, so you do not need to change it out. The Honda SIs have always had timing chains.
I have a '90, my timing belt went at 90,000 miles. the guy at the garage said you should change it at 65,000-70,000
No, the 2010 Honda Civic Hybrid has a timing chain that should last a life of the engine.
The 2006 Honda Civic does not have a timing belt, it uses a chain that should last the life of the engine.
You have a timing chain not a timing belt.
A 2011 Honda Civic does not have a timing belt on it. The vehicle does have a timing chain on it.
No, not if the belt was installed correctly.
The 2007 civic has a timing CHAIN. Honda SIs had timing CHAINS from the very first model (2002) and the other standard Civic models had timing chains starting in 2006. So no need to replace it.
after 100,000 miles for ur fist change, then after 80,000miles then on
Yes, it is required.
$250 in Ft. Wayne, In.
No, it will last the life of the engine.
timing belts on Honda and acura motors should be changed every 70,000 miles, otherwise you run the risk of the belt breaking and bending valves
Belt! Change at 7 years or 160,000 kms.
Most modern Civics require a timing belt change at 120,000 miles. Refer to owner's manual for your specific vehicle.
Discusss this with the Honda dealer in your area for the type of driving that you do.
It has a timing chain that should last the life of the engine.
Ask for a Timing Belt Kit. This timing belt kit includes; 1 Timing Belt 1 Tensioner Pulley
Around 80-100 thousand miles
You don't. Its no longer a timing "belt" its a timing chain, which never will need to be changed.