Is that $375 labor or is that labor plus parts?
I normally replace the cam seals and the oil seals while in there. I don't want oil leaking on my new t-belt. I also replace the water pump, tensioner roller, and the drive belts. The valve cover has to come off so might as well adjust the valves and replace that gasket, the spark plug well seals and the seals under each nut. If the spark plugs have more than 60k miles on them, replace them too. It is important to replace the parts that could affect the longevity of the repair (seals/rollers) since Honda recommends t-belt replacement at 105k miles, you want everything else to hold up until next time. Don't let them just "throw a belt on on your motor"
Saturday, April 14th, 2007 AT 8:55 PM