When it is loose, cracked or glazed, or at the interval specified in your service guide.
2005 crv fuses
The serpentine belt that operates the accessories is loose, or glazed and the squeel you hear is when an extra load is placed on it when the compressor cuts in. Tighten or replace the serpentine belt.
Replace it when it wears out. Inspect it regularly for cracks and wear.
From 2002 HONDA replaced timing belt with chains ...so no more timing belt hassle.
does the honda crv 2008 timing belt or chain
If you pull the cover off the fuse panel and turn it over, there is a diagram for all the fuses on the back of it.
Watch the Youtube video on 'CRV cabin filter replacement'... it is done on a 2005 CRV....
would a 2004, 2005, Honda crv rear end differential fit Honda 2007 crv.
How do you change the differential (rear) in 2005 Honda CRV
Yes, it uses a belt NOT a chain.
The 2002 and up CRV should have a timing chain.
your original belt length is 1735 mm, when you bypass a/c compressor new lenght will be 1400. thereby you have to use any 6pk1400 or 7pk1400 belts
You don't as the 2004 Honda CRV uses a timing chain and not a belt. It should last the life of the engine.
YES it has a timing belt.
The 2008 Honda CRV has a cam (timing) chain the normally requires no maintenance.
It has a chain.
It does not have a cam belt it has a cam chain that requires no replacement.
The 2002 Honda CRV does not have a timing belt, it uses a chain that normally will last the life of the engine if oi/filter are changed according to the manufacures recommedations.
Honda's recommendation is 105,000 miles.