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Old 30 Nov 2009, 09:57 am
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Default Timing Belt Life - 2002 Accord 4 cylinder

I know the book says to change the belt at 105,000 miles. However, does anybody know the typical life of the belt? I saw one person say he did not change it until 149,000 miles. I saw another post that said over 200,000. I had a Toyota Supra that suggested a change frequency of 60,000. I decided to change it every 120,000. So, I replaced the belt twice while I owned the car until it had 250,000 miles on it. Each time I changed the belt, it looked like new. My Accord now has 112,000 miles on the original belt. Does anybody out there have more miles on their original belt?
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