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To: Eric who wrote (10163)6/17/2019 1:33:44 PM
From: Dan R  Respond to of 15567
Agreed. and even most decent backyard folks shy away from timing belts given the tools and the need to be perfect (or bad things happen). But the interval is 105-110K on older models and the newer ones are chain driven cams so they do not have a defined interval and will most likely be good for 250-300K+

Perhaps a water pump and maybe a trans service but the article said 15K miles a year for 5 years so at 75K nothing like that would need to be done.

To: Eric who wrote (10163)6/17/2019 2:06:28 PM
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The biggy I can think of off the top of my hat is most Honda's have interference engines, that darn timing belt.
Half or less of Honda's - most have gone to timing chains. But the replacement schedule is at 100K miles not 75K - so it should probably not be included in the ownership cost. That said the dealer charges about $1,000 for the service, a local Asian car repair place I've used charges $500 and the one I did myself was about $200 in parts including the belts, water pump etc.