I'm Rob. I will answer your question today.
The timing belt is replaced in 60K mile intervals, along with the timing belt here is a list of other items that need replacing when you do the timing belt job.
3.Crank shaft front oil seal
4.Camshaft front oil seal
5.Timing belt tensioner(s)
6.Balance shaft belt if equiped.
7.Valve cover gasket and spark plug tube seals
these are the main items that get replaced, if you want to replace other items such as drive belts and spark plugs then these are easyly accesible once you are doing that job
I recomend getting a complete tune up when you do the timing belt job, the reason I say this is because it is cheaper to get a tune up if you do everything at once then if you do things seperate.
I own a auto repair shop and I charge the following.
$150.00 for timing belt job on a Honda Civic plus parts. Parts normally come out to $300.00 when customers get everything done at once.
If you skip the tune up then it normally comes out to about $200.00 in parts.
I hope this info helps you. Please remember that i am charging $75.00 an hour for labor and that I charge flat rates on certain jobs like the timing belt onb a Honda civic.
A regular shop or dealer will charge you by the hour and may charge you 4.5 hours woorth of labor for a timing belt job.
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