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Old 19 Jan 2008, 06:23 pm
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Default 94 accord timing belt

I have a 94 accord with about 49k miles on it. I never got the timing belt changed yet but now that the car is that many years old would it be a good idea to get this done even though honda reccomends every 90k miles?


If my timing belt snaps is it going to destroy my engine?
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