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Old 12 Mar 2009, 07:00 am
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Default determing whether timing belt needs changing based on visual inspection

I bought a used 90 honda accord w/ 83k miles. I believe the recommended interval for changing the timing belt is 90k. I'm not sure if the previous owner ever changed the timing belt. My Question: Can you determine whether timing belt needs changing based on a visual inspection?
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Old 11 Apr 2009, 11:05 am
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Default Re: determing whether timing belt needs changing based on visual inspection

You could tell if it is brand new . However, without records don't take a chance as the cost of could be the entire value of the vehicle .

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