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Old 12-10-2008, 07:28 PM
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Timing Belt Repairs

I was wondering has anyone got their timing belt replaced, if so how much did it all total up to?

I found out i need a new timing belt and i just wanted to get some estimates for the 4th gen timing belt repair.
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Re: Timing Belt Repairs

hrm its prolly going to run you $300 its not that hard to replace, but i can be a pita if you happend to skip a teeth on the timing belt.
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Re: Timing Belt Repairs

did it myself for the cost of parts.

not too hard w/ the right tools.
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nope not too hard at all with some air tools
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Re: Timing Belt Repairs

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did it myself for the cost of parts.

not too hard w/ the right tools AND BEER.
Ok now your right. It not to hard just make sure ya check everything a few times to make sure you don't sleep a few teeth.
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Re: Timing Belt Repairs

keep in mind not everyone should be doing this. my neighbor tried to on his civic but f*cked up. luckily he didnt damage anything. i had to tear everything back down and restart the timing belt repair. at least he replaced the water pump correctly.
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Re: Timing Belt Repairs

oh well its at some legit dealer now, they said between 500-600 but that was just an estimate so who knows. I should get it back tomorrow though, but whatever f*** it i just turned 18! lol
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