Honda Accord



November, 4, 2006 AT 8:09 PM

I have a 2001 Honda Accord with 95k miles that had the timing belt replaced along with other belts. I have been hearing a rubbing type noise from the belts, a honda mechanic says the timing belt is too tight. I had the belts changed by a student at a local college. Can the timing belt be adjusted without having to take the belt off? If so, is this an easy fix?

1 Answer


Bruce Hunt

November, 5, 2006 AT 6:42 PM

Not really but diligence would pay off. You need to remove the other belts, the valve cover, the timing covers, the harmonic balancer (which can be a bear to remove), and then you can gain access to the timing belt.

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