Timing Belt Change on 2003 Honda Pilot

What should expcet to pay to have my timing belt and water pump replace (including [parts and labour)?

by in San Antonio, TX on September 07, 2009
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5 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by , September 07, 2009
About $1000 is what it really costs. It is a 6-7 hour + job depending on the options you have and factory quality parts are not cheap, the belt is $35, the pump is $130, then coolant is about $25.
ANSWER by , October 01, 2010
I paid $667.00 at the Honda Dealership with Honda Parts.
COMMENT by , January 07, 2011
what dealership location did you take it to?
ANSWER by , September 05, 2010
$1100.00 for genuine replacement parts.(highly rec.)
ANSWER by , October 01, 2010
depending if it is factory or after market parts, should run 600-800(but you should do your cam seals and crank seal too, your already there)
ANSWER by , September 21, 2011
I'm at 150K miles on my 2003 Pilot (I'm original owner). Figure it's time to get the timing belt and water pump, etc taken care of. I just called my local Honda dealer and they told me $895 + tax. So I called my mom & pops place and they told me $575 + tax... and they normally cut me a break if I pay cash.