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When should I replace my timing belt/chain? how much should it cost?
2013 Honda Fit

When should I replace my timing belt/chain? how much should it cost?

(2013 Honda Fit)
I have about 120,000 highway miles, not having any issues currently.
in Pikesville, MD on May 13, 2018
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on May 13, 2018
Chain,should not ever need replacing.should last the life of the engine.
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on May 14, 2018
The timing chain doesn't need to be replaced in regular intervals,just keep your engine oil changed regularly!
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on May 13, 2018
Chain,should not ever need replacing.should last the life of the engine.
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on May 14, 2018
The timing chain doesn't need to be replaced in regular intervals,just keep your engine oil changed regularly!
See Factory schedule below for 2013 Honda Fit. Not equipped with timing belt
120000 miles or 192000 kilometers
Inspect
Brakes and Traction Control (S)
Inspect Front and rear brakes.
Constant Velocity Joint Boot (S)
Drive Belt (S)
Exhaust System
Fluids
Inspect all fluid levels and condition of fluids.
Fuel Supply Line
Inspect fuel lines, hoses, and connections.
Parking Brake System
Steering and Suspension (S)
Inspect tie rod ends, steering gear box and boots, and suspension components.
Replace
Air Filter Element (S)
Cabin Air Filter / Purifier
Replace dust and pollen filter. If you drive primarily in urban areas that have high concentrations of soot in the air from industry and from diesel-powered vehicles, replace every 15,000miles (24,000 km).
Coolant
Replace coolant at 120,000 miles or 120 months, then replace every 60,000 miles or 60 months thereafter.
Engine Oil (S)
Perform at interval or every year, whichever comes first.
Fluid - A/T (S)
Replace transmission fluid. If towed behind motor home change the transmission fluid every 2 years or 30,000 miles (48,000 km), whichever comes first.
Fluid - M/T (S)
Oil Filter, Engine (S)
Reset
Maintenance Required Lamp/Indicator
Perform any time the required service is completed.
Rotate
Tires
(S) = Service Warranty Requirement
(E) = Emission WarrantyRequirement
(B) = Both Service and Emission Warranty Requirement
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