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Old 01-21-2008, 10:00 PM   #1
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Default When to change timing belt on 2005 Accord?

Hello. My radio is fixed. But I have no idea when the timing belt is supposed to be changed. I'm around 72,000. Is this something that is checked with an oil change? Or do you have to ask for it to be checked? Also whenever I do get it changed, how much does a new timing belt typically cost?
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Default Re: When to change timing belt on 2005 Accord? (Two400)

What engine?

2005 Accord 4-cylinder has no belt. The timing chain doesn't get replaced on any kind of schedule.

2005 Accord V-6 timing belt is probably the same 90k interval as most of us are accustomed to. The maintenance schedule should be in your owner's manual package. Probably in the maintenance book, buried in the list of service schedules for the maintenance-minder.
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Default Re: When to change timing belt on 2005 Accord? (Two400)

it's been extended to 105k, hehe
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