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Introduction

The timing belt and water pump should be replaced together every 60,000-75,000 miles.

Follow this video tutorial by YouTuber NutzAboutBolts to complete the replacement yourself.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Ok i did my timing belt and wather pump its a lot of work but you need to remember to mark your belt and line up wheels i got the timing spot on thanks to this pag

Isaac - Reply

Is the 99 Accord a single cam?

Mr. Mackmillion - Reply

My 1998 accord is leaking water from the right side what is it

Zac Johnson - Reply

Hi Zac, it’s not possible to accurately diagnose a leak over the internet. It would be best to have someone, or a mechanic, to physically look at it to locate the leak.

Blake Klein -

I added coolant to the radiator and all of it leaked out . On top of that the engine overheats in a few minutes of driving . What would be an appropriate diagnosis

Amadu - Reply

If coolant is leaking out and there’s overheating that means you have a leak somewhere. It would be best to take it to a mechanic to diagnose.

Blake Klein -

How do you line up you balance shafts if they are out of time. I bought a jam f23a 2.3L vtec that I'm dropping in but doing to maintenance to it first. The timing is off on all pulleys please help

Jonathan Bitter - Reply

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