How long do Honda timing belts last?

According to the Honda maintenance schedule, your Honda’s timing belt and water pump generally needs to be inspected and/or replaced every 7 years or 60,000-100,000 miles traveled.

How do you tell if timing belt has been changed?

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What is included in Honda timing belt replacement?

Timing belt installation
2. Crankshaft realignment and inspection
3. Timing belt cover inspection and removal
4. Vehicle operation diagnostic
5. Timing belt replacement

How do I know if my timing chain is broken?

A common symptom of a bad timing chain is a rattling noise when the engine is started or when brakes are applied.
2. Another symptom of a bad timing chain is a misfiring engine.
3. Another symptom of a bad timing chain is contaminated engine oil.
4. Another symptom of a bad timing chain is a check engine light.
5. Another symptom of a bad timing chain is an inability to start the engine.

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Can a bad timing belt cause check engine light?

A loose or worn belt can cause ticking or rattling noises, poor engine performance and overheating.

2. If the timing belt breaks, the engine can’t run — and on some engines that break can cause internal damage.