2004 Honda Odyssey Q&A
2004 Honda Odyssey Question: timing belt change
Yes you should have your timing belt changed every 100,000 to 150,000 miles because they start to wear out and become week, its better to change it out before it breaks because if it does break then repair costs to fix your engine are going be quite high, due to anything from a bent valve(S) to a shattered piston(S) or damaged head. If I were you I would change it out asap and not risk it, also youre going to need a new water pump and timing belt tensioner(S) and spring(S) this would cost anywhere from 100 to 500 at the most for the parts depending on your engine as far as the labor goes.. thats up to who ever does it for you, prices are high but its better than having to buy a new engine - Day-Day
150,000 to begin with and every 80,000 miles after that - Visitor
My 2004 oddesy has only 25,000 Miles. Do you go by mileage or age of the car. - Visitor
You should be safe till 130K miles. I got first timming belt replaced for my two cars that is Corolla and Camry at around 120K miles. - Farhanc
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