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  1. 3rd Gen TL
    Hi, pardon me if this has been asked before but I didn't see it in the threads. My 2004 TL has just over 90k miles, mostly city, so I'm going to have a timing belt job done on it (incl water pump, tensioner, etc.) My garage is very trustworthy - takes great care of me, occasionally does things...
  2. 2nd Gen Legend
    I just finished doing my timing belt this weekend. I got my parts as a kit from Rockauto.com. (gasp!). A Dayco kit that included the timing belt, Water pump, tensioner, and the cam and crank seals. Nice kit for around 120.00. The seals were really not needed, but I changed the crank seal just...
  3. Integra
    Hello, and thanks in advance for any advice you may give. Iv'e had my 2000 automatic Acura Integra LS for about six years now. It has 133,000 miles and I love it. Recently, the CE light came on. I had it read and the man at Autozone suggested a new O2 sensor. I bought one, but before I could...
  4. 2nd Gen TL
    I just bought a 2003 TL with 95,000 miles on it. I worked it into the sale that the dealer would replace the timing belt, not realizing that it's suggested to replace the water pump at the same time. I talked to the service department and they said that they would "inspect" the water pump...
  5. MDX
    I just hit 102,000 and had my timing belt, water pump and tensioner changed. Had a local shop do it. Total cost was $808.00 Honda dealer wanted $20 less. They weren't going to change the tensioner (the $20). If you are going to do it, change this part while you are in there, it is cheap...
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