2001 Acura CL Q&A
2001 Acura CL Question: REPLACE TIMING BELT AND WATER PUMP
ACURA 2001 CL TYPE S TIME BELT NEEDS REPLACING - Visitor
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The place I took the car changed the water pump and told me that the timing belt was fine and now it is broken. I thought they had bought the kit and were going to fix all belts. Now its costing me...
I would like a combined figure.
My car has 92k miles on it. Should I replace timing belt? No problems yet.
Supposedly the water pump and timing belt was change at 75000 miles. There is now 105000 miles and I am told the water pump is leaking and that pump and timing belt should be replaced.
The Acura has 75,000 miles and will be 10 years old in May 2011. The book says the timing belt should be replaced at 110,000 miles or 10 years.