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# When is it necessary to replace a timing belt on 1996 Honda Accord with 65000 miles?

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80,000 miles or 10 years, whichever comes first. Also replace the water pump at the same time. This is an interference engine. Severe engine damage will occur, if the belt breaks. And it will break without warning.

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## Related Questions 18 percent of 65000 = 1170018% of 65000= 18% * 65000= 0.18 * 65000= 11700 4 percent of 65000 = 26004% of 65000= 0.04 * 65000= 2600 65 kg = 65000 g65 kg = 65000 g65 kg = 65000 g65 kg = 65000 g65 kg = 65000 g65 kg = 65000 g 65,000??? Now would be good but you can go a little longer. I have seen many with 80,000. After that you are pushing the limit. Don't forget to replace the water pump at the same time (and the tensioner pulley too but not mandatory) 20% of 65,000= 20% * 65000= 0.2 * 65000= 13,000  25% of \$65000 = 1625025% of \$65000= 25% * \$65000= 0.25 * \$65000= 16250    I had the timing belt on my Acura TL (1998) replaced at about 70000 miles (before it went out). If your car is 6 - 7 years old with 65000 miles or more, it might be wise to go ahead and replace the timing belt before it goes out. the factory recommends at 105,000, i changed mine at 95,000 what ever makes you more comfortable.   65000 &divide; 100 &times; 147000 = 95,550,000     There are 1000 metres in one kilometre. Therefore, 65000 metres is equal to 65000/1000 = 65 kilometres.   There are 0.3048 metres in one foot. Therefore, 65000 feet is equal to 65000 x 0.3048 = 19812 metres. There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 65000 yards is equal to 65000 x 3 = 195000 feet. There are 1760 yards in one mile. Therefore, 65000 yards is equal to 65000/1760 = 36.9318 recurring (that is, 36.93181818...) miles. .20% Times 65000 is 13,000 then u subtract that to get 52k

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