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How to replace timing belt '97-'02 Honda Accord √
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Honda Accord, Inline 4 cylinder, 2.3L engine. Replacing the timing belt on a 2001 Honda Accord. The belt has snapped so the car would not start. It just cranks over. Did this on December 23, 2015. Friend just needed the timing belt replaced to just get it running. I recommended to replace the water pump since it is in the area of the timing belt but she did not have enough money since it was Christmas time. How the NO START occurred. Friend was driving and came to a complete stop on a traffic light, suddenly the car just died. She tried to start it and it just keeps on turning/cranking over and not starting. Battery was just replaced a month ago, that's what she told me. Please watch here how I diagnose this car. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hKAly0M-iQ This applies to most Honda 4 cylinder engines that uses a timing belt. RepairPal App estimate: Timing belt repair: $474-$643 That includes parts: $118-$189 Labor cost: $356-$454 Labor time to complete this work: 3.7 hours The information contained in this video is for general guidance, not responsible for any errors or injuries that you have done. Please subscribe and thank you for watching. Follow me on TWITTER: @88bmyvegas and http://lasvegasautoinsider.blogspot.com/





Timing belt change easy mark alignment fool proof installation
Changing timing belts on newer vehicles is getting more and more complicated, it takes more expensive specialty tools and the repair cost just keeps going up. These newer cars with the VVT variable valve timing require special tools and a high level of training and experience to change the timing belt. Even on this 2000 model you have to take the valve cover off to align the cams because there are no factory markings and special tools are needed to align the crank and cams. I'm sure it's pretty much the same on a lot of the other newer vehicles (especially high end vehicles) Manufacturers and dealers do not want anyone other than automotive technicians to be able to do even routine maintenance on their own vehicles. (keep in mind that dealers make 80%-90% of their profits on service and repairs) Here's a full proof way to do it yourself (if you're mechanically inclined and have a decent collection of tools) that will work every time as long as you take your time and do it right. Give yourself plenty of time (and having a helper might be mandatory depending on the vehicle) buy the kits that have everything combined, and do a lot of research on how to do the belt on your particular vehicle before you attempt it. I suggest if you don't feel comfortable doing this job, don't do it! These timing belt changes today are not for inexperienced people. If you take it apart and can't figure out how to put it back together it will be very hard to find a mechanic who would be willing to help you. Bite the bullet and hire a professional





How Long Do Timing Belts Last? - Timing Belt Replacement Service
In this episode of Proctor Car Tips, Rocky talks about timing belts, what they do, how long they should typically last, and why it's important to replace your timing belt before it breaks. He also breaks down what the typical timing belt replacement service consists of and what you should expect the next time you have it replaced. Learn more at, http://www.proctorcars.com How Long Do Timing Belts Last? - Timing Belt Replacement Service https://youtu.be/sLhbILUJHYg Learn more about common car issues, new car features, car parts, car financing, or new cars on the Proctor Car Tips Channel. These helpful car tip videos will help you learn more about car parts, how to fix common car issues, purchasing a new vehicle, trading in your old vehicle, understanding new car features, or virtually road testing the newest cars on the market. Proctor Car Tips http://bit.ly/ProctorYouTube The Proctor Car tips channel is owned and operating by The Proctor Dealerships which include: Proctor Honda http://www.proctorhonda.com/ Proctor Acura http://www.proctoracura.com/ Proctor Subaru http://www.proctorsubaru.com/





VERY (DETAILED) HONDA CIVIC TIMING BELT CHANGE/REPLACEMENT FOR ALL 1996- 2000 HONDA CIVICS
I show you how easy it is to change the Timing Belt and tensioner on this 1998 Honda Civic 1.6L. Timing belt kit (Belt, pulley & tensioner) all cost under "$55" for the parts. The procedure may be different for other vehicles but the principles are the same. The first tool you should grab is your repair manual, do your research, then attack it with no fear. Hope this helps you with your project. One day you will stand before God, make sure you get it right before you do, repent and get your life right with Jesus Christ, your soul will be required of you God Bless. Warrior 4 Christ.




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