Car 1: 2002 RSX
Car 2: 2007 Honda Ridgeline
Car 3: 2005 Honda Civic
At the dealer, expect it to be around 1K for parts and labor. At independents, you'll be more likely to see around the 600-700 range for parts and labor. And trust me when I say that half of that cost goes to parts (that hydraulic tensioner is not a cheap part by any means).
My dealer quoted me like 990$ This includes changing of all luiquids/oils. And replacing all of the small things on the way to the timing belt. And replacing All the small easily accesible belts. I REALLY wish I took this deal.
I ended up paying a private mechanic like 800$ for just the timing belt,pump, and pully. I could have saved about 200$ if I went to the dealer. Not to mention they will do a much better job.
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