The timing belt on your car is designed to last for 100,000 miles, but other components may only last for 120,000 miles. In most cases, these components will not last through two timing belts.
Do I need to replace water pump with timing belt?
The idler pulleys, tensioner, and water pump should always be replaced when the timing belt is replaced.
2. In most cases, the timing belt drives the water pump, so it is the right time to replace the water pump.
3. It is also recommended by the manufacturer to replace these parts when the timing belt is replaced.
Can a timing belt last 15 years?
Depending on the schedule you follow and the information provided by manufacturers, the average timing belt lasts between 60,000 and 105,000 miles, or 7 to 10 years regardless of mileage. 2 July 2013
What voids a Honda warranty?
Never misuse your car by racing, off-road driving, or overloading, as this can void the warranty.
2. The warranty will not cover damage caused by natural calamities.
3. Tampering with the odometer, disconnecting it, or changing it will also void the warranty.
Is a timing chain under warranty?
The lifespan of a timing chain varies depending on the make and model of your vehicle, but is typically between 80,000 and 120,000 miles.
2. Many timing chains are covered by a manufacturer’s warranty, so if yours fails prematurely, you may not have to pay for repairs.
3. However, it is always wise to check your warranty coverage before assuming that repairs will be covered.
4. Additionally, it is important to keep track of your vehicle’s mileage so you know when to expect the timing chain to need replacement.