correct me if im wrong, but doesnt the timing belt just get replace at 90k? thats what ive always known through my family owning 5 90k+ hondas
right, so every 90 or 100k it should be replaced, not fix itself, but like you said, thats playing it safe, i suppose you could keep it longer than that, but its a belt, it will wear and tearksniperfox said:it doesnt just replace itself. its not like a time expiration date thing, just recommended about every 100k. but hey if its in great condition theres no need to change it, but if it were me, i'd rather be on the safe side than having a t belt snap and valves and pistons doing bad things to each other.