My 2004 Honda Pilot EX has 74,000 miles. I was told that my drive belt tensioner needed replacement b/c it vibrates when spinning therefore creating a high pitch sound. Should I have mechanic replace the tensioner and go ahead and replace timing belt water pump or should I have mechanic change the tensioner now and then change timing belt water pump at the recommended 105,000 miles?
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