What mileage to do the timing belt on 2006 Honda Pilot

Asked by Jun 17, 2013 at 07:03 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Is 100,000 the best time to do the timing belt, water pump, etc.  on a 2006 Pilot.  I am a conservative driver with 81,000 and want to know the cost and best time to do this

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I would personally wait till close to100,000 because when the manufacturer suggest to change it at 100,000 they are already being conservative. Make sure you change the water pump as the part is cheap and the labor would be included with changing timing belt labor. Also a good deal would be ard 700-800 and anything above a 1000 is a rip off. Dont go to a dealership but find a good local shop at yelp if you dont already know one,....good luck

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Check your maintenance schedule. Most manufacturers recommend the timing belt and water pump be changed every 60,000 miles. HTH. -Jim

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