How to Replace a Honda Timing Belt?

Answer This procedure covers the 1984 through 1995 Honda Civic 1.5, VTEC 1.5, Civic 1.6, Civic 1.6 VTEC, CRX 1.5, CRX 1.6 and the Prelude 2.0. It is recommended that the timing belt is replaced every 60,0... Read More »

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How to Replace a Honda Civic Timing Belt?

Replacing a Honda Civic timing belt ensures the accurate timing and firing of your Civic's cylinders, resulting in a smoother, more fuel-efficient and less damaging ride. Though replacing your Civi... Read More »

How to Check and Replace a Timing Belt in a Honda CR-V?

Replacing your vehicle's timing belt can be time consuming, but with the proper tools and instruction, most self-proclaimed mechanics are up to the task. Checking and replacing your Honda CR-V's ti... Read More »

How to Replace Honda 2002 Timing Belt?

The timing belt connects the crankshaft and the camshaft and ensures that everything does its job at the right time. If it gets loose or worn, the engine could run rough, or be damaged enough to ca... Read More »

How to Replace the Timing Belt on a '92 Honda Civic LX?

The 1992 Honda Civic LX uses the 1.5L and 1.6L engines. The timing belt replacement process in both engines is the same. Both engines are interference engines. The timing belt should be changed eve... Read More »