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Honda Civic Timing Belt

Timing belts synchronize the camshaft and crankshaft, which control when valves open and close. When timing belts begin to fail, engines misfire and won't run properly. In some cases, your engine won't run at all and it will sustain heavy damage if it runs without one. Fortunately, AutoZone has plenty of replacement timing belts for Honda Civics.

When Should the Timing Belt Be Changed on a Honda Civic

Honda Civics are reliable vehicles but timing belts rarely last for the entire lifespan of an engine. On most Honda Civics, the timing belt needs to be replaced after 90,000 to 120,000 miles. Vehicles that are regularly serviced fare better and the belt makes it closer to 120,000 or even 130,000 miles. Also, check for rough idling and your check engine light. These are signs that the timing belt is going bad.

Timing Belt Replacement Cost

It costs between $400 and $1,000 to replace a timing belt. The part costs around $200 to $400, while the labor costs between $200 and $500. Keep in mind that labor costs vary based on your specific vehicle and its specifications. Filtering by year, make, model, and engine size will give you the most accurate timing belt replacement cost.

When it's time to replace your Honda Civic's timing belt, AutoZone is the best option. You can't go wrong with long-lasting and durable timing belts from brands like Duralast. Plus, completing orders is hassle-free. Simply choose between Same-Day In-Store or Curbside Pickup and Free Next-Day Delivery on eligible orders.

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Water pump

Alejandro bueno

in 4 months

Grateful for the water pump. My car was fine. If I were to win the gift card. I wouldn't hesitate to buy some brushes for my car.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? Honda Civic 2003

Grateful for the water pump. My car was fine. If I were to win the gift card. I wouldn't hesitate to buy some brushes for my car.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? Honda Civic 2003

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Decent price on the kit and sales guy was awesome

Angel

in 5 months

As soon as I started my car it sound so different and it rides so much nicer

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Honda Civic ex coupe

As soon as I started my car it sound so different and it rides so much nicer

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Honda Civic ex coupe

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For now

Michael

in 6 months

I just purchased and installed onto a 2016 Civic LX-P 2.0L. Getting to the bolts inside the pulley is a process in its own, but no fault to Duralast. It comes with a gasket and appears of equal quality. Notable difference in the pulley itself. As for now, with only a few hours in run time, no issues. Put a good gasket sealer, I used ultra black. Though many might say it's unneeded. To me, aftermarket parts need a little extra security for my peace of mind.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2016 Honda Civic LX-P

I just purchased and installed onto a 2016 Civic LX-P 2.0L. Getting to the bolts inside the pulley is a process in its own, but no fault to Duralast. It comes with a gasket and appears of equal quality. Notable difference in the pulley itself. As for now, with only a few hours in run time, no issues. Put a good gasket sealer, I used ultra black. Though many might say it's unneeded. To me, aftermarket parts need a little extra security for my peace of mind.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2016 Honda Civic LX-P