Q: Maintenance Sub Item #4 on 2007 Honda Odyssey

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I have 103,000 Miles on the Odyssey Touring and plan to get the Timing Belt replaced. Should I have the water pump replaced and Valves adjusted at the same time? Would this save on labor cost by doing them all at the same time. How long will it take to do all the work?
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Yes to all. The water pump, crankshaft and camshaft seals should be replaced at this time too. I'll give you an estimator link, but I myself would call a Honda specialist and ask how much for this regular maintenance. Here's the estimator:
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