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
5 answers 1 comment
ANSWER by on 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 on September 05, 2010
$1100.00 for genuine replacement parts.(highly rec.)
ANSWER by on October 01, 2010
I paid $667.00 at the Honda Dealership with Honda Parts.
COMMENT by on January 07, 2011
what dealership location did you take it to?
ANSWER by on 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 on 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.
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