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Question DetailsAsked on 8/25/2015

what does sam swope charge for replacing a timing belt on 2001 honda accords

my Honda has approx. 122,000 miles on it and I've been told to change the timing belt by 125,000 miles. If it makes any difference, it is a all power 4 door sedan.

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Call him and ASK !


Quick web search says $350-550 typically - but it is recommended you replace the tensioner, tensioner puller, idlaer pulley and water pump at same time (ain't it wunnerful how manufacturers these days make things to NOT last) so that pushes it up to about $700-1000 range typically - higher end for Dealer costs.

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