I own a 2002 Civic Ex and took my car in for repairs at the dealership for a right wheel bearing and dampeners. My car had 108,000 miles on it. I was told that it would be $700.00 to replace the timing belt which was a tedious job. Which need to be done at a 105,000 miles. I'll write back later with all the details of what it all comes with. They charged me $550 for what I came in for. $400 of it was on labor. It only took them 3 hours to do the work. No way is a Honda tech worth $133 an hour. There economy cars not Porshce's.....
Discusss this with the Honda dealer in your area for the type of driving that you do.
The timing marks on a 2000 Honda Civic Ex Coupe are on the crank pulley. They are also on the cam.
How do you change the front and rear brake pads on a 2000 Honda Civic Si?
If it is a chain, never. If it is a belt, usually around 100,000 miles. The break point on a 2000 civic is 120,000.
No. For the most part, Civic and Accord parts are not interchangeable.
change the fuse
2000 Honda has a timing belt its like a serpentine belt timing chains are used on some v 8 engines though most are the timing belts should be replaced every 40 thousand miles
It depends on the model. D16Y8 Honda Civic EX 1996-2000 D15Z Honda Civic HF 1996-2000 D15Y7 Honda Civic DX/LX/CX 1996-2000
No it will not.
The only thing you can do to them is change them.
4.4 hours of labor
The timing belt on a 2000 Honda Accord should be changed every 75,000 miles. Failure to change at the appropriate time can result in engine failure.
No. The motors are different, the 2000 Honda Civic uses D16 motors and the 2001 Honda Civics use D16 Motors.
This is an interference engine. Serious engine damage will occur if this is done incorrectly. This is a job for a professional. Seriously, Zero Tolerance.
Where is the main relay in a 2000 honda civic ex
Did it just die while you were driving?
VALVE CLEARANCE FOR A 2000 HONDA CIVIC EX 2 DOOR
Brin it to honda... 380 they put new n change it
2000 Honda Civic EX 0-60 in 8.5 secs.2000 Honda Civic Si 0-60 in 7.5 secs
I need to find out the timing degrees on a Honda Accord 2000
you must take off the fender to get to the antenna?
7 years or 105,000 miles which ever comes first