Car has 144,000 miles, Value Package VP, std. trans. Regularly maintained at dealer. No extra problems until Feb 2014--had to replace the headgasket. Now the cam sensor needs replaced ($1100)and probably the timing belt also because oil may have gotten on the timing belt--it was replaced at 98,000 miles. It's at the dealer waiting our decision--not able to be driven at all--they will give me $500 for it as is. Are more gaskets, seals, etc., going to fail and cause more serious, expensive repairs?
Once gaskets start failing, is it likely that more will be failing soon? on 2005 Honda Civic
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