timing belt on 2006 Honda Pilot

Do you still have to change the timing belt in these cars at about 100k?

by in Saint Augustine, FL on January 03, 2010
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ANSWER by on January 03, 2010
I think it's sooner than that, but check the factory maintenance recommendation in the RepairPal estimator: http://repairpal.com/estimator It's important to do this on time on Hondas, as they mostly have interference engines, which means that if you throw a belt, you'll bend some valves.
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ANSWER by on January 03, 2010
yes you do change timing belt and water pump while your in there on these vehicle will break and no good engine then
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