Timing chain replacement on 2000 Honda Civic

My Honda has 54,000 miles on it. Do I need to be concerned about replacing the timing chain?

by in Eureka, CA on April 11, 2009
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ANSWER by on April 11, 2009
Your Honda Civic has the 1.6L 4 Cylinder, and it has a Timing Belt, which Honda recommends replacing at the 105,000 Mile Service or at 84 months, whichever comes first. Since you have over 84 months of service on the belt, you should have it done. You should also have the water pump and timing belt tensioner and drive belts replaced at the same time.
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