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Old 08 Feb 2004, 01:21 pm
Andy & Carol
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Default Timming belt

Just had my done here in Western Pa., by my Honda dealer. $512.00 Did
the job in 4 hrs, new water pump, seals balanciing belt, timing belt, and
whatever.
Put my old belts in a plastic bag,on the front seat. The accord 98, 4 cyl,
had 112,000 miles
on it, but the old belt looked as good as new! Only thing I noticed was it
was stretched about
1/4 in., which might have caused it to jump a notch. They did a good job,
and now I don't have to worry,
till my next 100,000 miles!

This is the only repair I have had done on my Honda since I bought it at
that dealer. I just do my
own checkes and oil changes, oh I had to take it in for a ignition switch
recall...thats all.
What a car! My 2003 Chevy s-10 has been in for repair 4 times
already.......WHY!!!!!
Andy


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Old 10 Feb 2004, 08:40 am
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>"Andy & Carol" <aforn@worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
> What a car! My 2003 Chevy s-10 has been in for repair 4 times
> already.......WHY!!!!!


Hondas are great. Read on...

Hondas are a world class car. I've diagnose and
troubleshoot Mercedes, Volvo's, BMW's Mazda,
Suburus and much more but Honda has the most
organized electrical system. They wrap and insulate,
label wires much more than is required. They make my
day.

One of the most reliable, safest and economical car
is the Civic. With soft dash, flip down seats, in case
you need it. Unfuse electrical mains are routed as to
prevent crash fires, not so in some of the BMW.

There motors are the key to their success. All their
motorcycle are of exceptional mechanical quality
and reliability.

I solute Honda!
--
Milo




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Old 10 Feb 2004, 08:57 am
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aforn@worldnet.att.net (Andy*&*Carol)
wrote:

>What a car! My 2003 Chevy s-10 has
>been in for repair 4 times
>already.......WHY!!!!!


I was behind a Chevy Trailblazer with paper plates that had a tail light
out.
Doesn't say much for their build quality...


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