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2004 Honda Civic timing belt replacement, camshaft, water pump

(2004 Honda Civic)
in Hendersonville, TN on February 22, 2011
What should I expect to pay for parts to have the timing belt replaced along with the water pump, camshaft and any essentials that should be done at the same time? I have approx 108,700 miles on my car.
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on February 23, 2011
I'd guess at about $600, maybe less. You don't mean the camshaft, but rather the cam seals and crank seal.
on April 15, 2011
Timing Belt is around 20 to 30 dollars and labour wise in the labour guide 3 hr job.
on April 15, 2011
timing belt is around 20 to 30 dollars and labour wise in the book it s says 3 hr job
on May 23, 2012
Had my timing belt replaced last year, which included the water pump and at the local Honda Dealership cost around $650
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