When you have an engine-related question, please list the engine size so we look up the right parts and diagrams. In this case there is just one four-cylinder engine for this model. One source makes reference to this being an interference engine, so the concern about bent valves is valid, and expensive. I too would err on the side of caution. As far back as the late 1980s, Honda, for example, listed their timing belt replacement interval recommendation at 75,000 miles, and they commonly broke at 60,000 miles.
Be sure to write down the mileage at which this service was done so you'll know when it's needed again. If you do it now at 92,000 miles, then forget, you might have it done again at 120,000 miles, which would be too soon and a waste of money.
This job is listed as taking 2.6 hours, which is not bad, plus up to an additional 0.8 hours for up to six additional parts. Plan on most of those additional parts such as tensioner devices and idler pulleys. To insure the quality of the repair, no conscientious mechanic is going to risk his reputation or your satisfaction by not replacing the other parts involved with a timing belt. Repeat failures are often caused by those items that didn't get replaced.
Sunday, December 22nd, 2019 AT 7:01 PM