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Old 05 Sep 2007, 01:43 pm
apdicenzo
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Default Timing belt

My manual says to change the timing belt at 60,000 on my 2003TL...I'm at a
little over 60,000 and my car still runs and looks brand new...Has anyone
else waited to change theirs or should I do it now?


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Old 05 Sep 2007, 05:07 pm
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Default Re: Timing belt

"apdicenzo" <apdicenzo@cox.net> wrote in
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> My manual says to change the timing belt at 60,000 on my 2003TL...I'm
> at a little over 60,000 and my car still runs and looks brand
> new...Has anyone else waited to change theirs or should I do it now?
>
>
>



Where do you live?

Your regularly scheduled replacement is at 105K miles or 84 months. The 60K
is for extreme temperature conditions.

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Old 05 Sep 2007, 06:25 pm
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Default Re: Timing belt

apdicenzo wrote:
> My manual says to change the timing belt at 60,000 on my 2003TL...I'm at a
> little over 60,000 and my car still runs and looks brand new...Has anyone
> else waited to change theirs or should I do it now?
>
>



Hmmm, our 2003 Accord V-6 with a similar engine calls for timing belt
change at 105k miles. Are you looking at the extreme services interval
instead of normal service?
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Old 05 Sep 2007, 06:41 pm
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Default Re: Timing belt

I live in Rhode Island...maybe I did look at the extreme instead of normal
service...Thanks allot
"John Horner" <jthorner@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> apdicenzo wrote:
>> My manual says to change the timing belt at 60,000 on my 2003TL...I'm at
>> a little over 60,000 and my car still runs and looks brand new...Has
>> anyone else waited to change theirs or should I do it now?

>
>
> Hmmm, our 2003 Accord V-6 with a similar engine calls for timing belt
> change at 105k miles. Are you looking at the extreme services interval
> instead of normal service?



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