When should I replace the timing belt and water pump? on 2002 Honda Accord

When should I replace the timing belt and water pump, spark plugs? The mileage is 100,500.

by in Dowagiac, MI on September 20, 2010
2 answers
ANSWER by on September 20, 2010
It's due at 105,000 miles. Replace ALL the timing components, not just the belt and water pump, but the idler pulley and tensioner, cam-crank seals too. Beside the timing belt the spark plugs are also due at 105K. Zee
ANSWER by on September 27, 2010
If i was you i would replace them by know get spark plugs,valve cover gasket with garments,timing belt,water pump and cam seal crank seal !
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