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to DIY timing belt or not

its getting to be about that time to change my timing belt. so my question is for those who have done it, i like to do all my own work, should i do this, or is it such a PITA that im just better off spending the $$ to have it done?
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Do it man, it isnt that hard. Get a manual if it makes you feel safer. Ive done lots. Be glad to help.
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you could pay me... ill do it...
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Re: to DIY timing belt or not

not that hard..honestly its your DD and you need it done then let HONDA or a reputable shop that does HONDA cars do it lol.

that way you have gurantee if it fails.


otherwise you can save 700+ for yourself attempt it, and can be something thats fun and get you extra cash in the future so you can do it for other pplz!
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ive changed mine like 3 times... each time i got faster...
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Re: to DIY timing belt or not

Its a PITA to do if you have the motor in the car, there is only a couple inches between the engine bay and the motor so its tough. Its up to you if you want to spend the money or not. just make sure you have the proper tools, especially to take off that bolt for the crank pulley. Its not too hard of a job, its just dealing with the tight space.
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Its a PITA to do if you have the motor in the car, there is only a couple inches between the engine bay and the motor so its tough. Its up to you if you want to spend the money or not. just make sure you have the proper tools, especially to take off that bolt for the crank pulley. Its not too hard of a job, its just dealing with the tight space.

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The hardest part will honeslty be getting the crank pulley off and putting it back in time.

If you have never put a car back in it's right timing then I wouldn't take a chance on your DD.
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Re: to DIY timing belt or not

i could tear down the front in like 1 hour or so ive done it so many times...

its not hard to do but i would switch the the manual tensioaner while in there.but its just depends how comfortable u feel in doing it. your not gonna blow up your motor if your off one tooth. just throw a cel and run like ****
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yea if you want, i can help and only charge gas(also i have a complete repair manual)
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Pay that, dont do it right and you could break your motor down
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you can do anything.. take your time and follow every step... jump to it! while your @ it adjust your valves too those should be done while doing your timing belt!
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Re: to DIY timing belt or not

Personally I have neve done it, as I don't have the tools, time or space required to work on my car. However I have known people who've done it, and other people that have gotten into it and said screw this.

If you have all the tools, some time and are confident in your ability, then why not. If you don't, then it might be best to just have it done.
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well it doesn't require as many tools as people think... take your time and think... ive done it 3 times... with a $20 set of tools...
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It was a good bit of work and bit of a pain, but it's not something a good DIY person can't do. Just take your time. I would recommend just buy the crank tool it wasn't that much and it is a big help. Other than that you just need normal tools and way to extend your 1/2' breaker bar for more leverage.

If you take the time to turn the motor over by hand all the way around until the marks line up again you can check your work and it's easier then having to tear back into the motor again.
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Just remember that you are only supposed to turn the crank in one direction. I believe counter-clockwise but don't quote me.
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Re: to DIY timing belt or not

You can turn the motor both ways. I don't know of a single motor it will hurt anything. You only need to turn the motor the way it turns when running if you are trying to do any measuring or alignment of the events in the motor, like checking timing marks or when you degree a cam. This is because the chain will have slack on the back side of the direction it is spinning and you want that slack on the same side as when the motor is running because this will be where everything will be all or most of the time during operation.
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I agree. And voted to DIY. I've done mine three times now. The FSM tells you the best way to do it (IMO). I'll also chime in that the front pulley will be the hardest thing. It's all gravy after that.
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DIY....If your worried about the timing. Make marks on the gears with a sharpie. And put locktite back on the lower pulley. I didn't tighten mine up good, or so I guess, and the damn thing came off on the way to work. It was ok though, I wanted to go with the Bomz underdrive pulley anyways. LOL
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Re: to DIY timing belt or not

Feeling the same here, I just brought my prelude about a month ago and its running smooth as silk. it has 66,000 miles on it now 2 previous owners, it has a full service history but it isnt full honda. I was told timing belt was done along with service. I checked the air filter it looked spanking new. Oil looked a little bit used but noting to worry about (changed oil any way, Done every 3,000 miles with all cars I have had), radiator fluid was also good i checked it with the gauge with the floaty beads. However I am concerned about timing belt because the alternator belt, although in good condition, doesn't look brand new. My manual states timing belt every 105,000 miles or 86 months or something along the lines of that. Is there a cover I can easily remove to check my belt?
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I'd pay if you've never done it before. Just don't pay $700. I know you can find places in Georgia do it as low as $220, just might cost a little more in Atlanta.
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I'm not so sure about easily removed, but its the cover on the right side of engine(looking at motor straight with hood propped up). It runs the entire length of the engine. You have to pull the crank pulley to get it completely off. If your gonna go through the hassle of just looking at it, you might as well replace it. My belt wasn't bad, my tensioner went out, then the belt jumped and made it bad. Lucky for me, these aren't interference motors and nothing was hurt. Tensioner-$90 from honda. Belt-can't remember, but I think it was pretty close to the same.
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i'd say do it if u have the tools and time and patience to work on stuff urself otherwise yeah pay for it but like find a cheap but decent place to do it at.
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