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Old 12-26-2012, 07:49 PM
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Re: High Mileage 6th Gens

^ And you also reached the thread post #1000 as well. Were you aiming for that? lol.
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Re: High Mileage 6th Gens

160k and my alternator just went out today
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Re: High Mileage 6th Gens

Noticed all my numbers were working and was able to get glance at this

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Re: High Mileage 6th Gens

trans went in mine with 227k on it...car didn't owe me anything though-I easily put at least 25-30k a year on it.
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Re: High Mileage 6th Gens

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i just reached 100k. i'm really crappy at keeping up maintenance. have only done ATF flush once. i've never done the timing belt. i have UR pulleys, is that the same belt as the timing belt?
The crank, alternator, and tensioner pulleys are not the same as the timing belt. To get to the timing belt, you gotta remove the crank pulley to get to the water pump and timing belt.

Also, if you're going to replace the timing belt, you should also replace the water pump since you're going to be right there anyways.

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Re: High Mileage 6th Gens

My accord now has over 210k. And it shakes and vibrates a lot =/
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Re: High Mileage 6th Gens

^^ sounds like you need new bushings and / or tires.
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Re: High Mileage 6th Gens

Originally Posted by CDsDontBurn View Post
The crank, alternator, and tensioner pulleys are not the same as the timing belt. To get to the timing belt, you gotta remove the crank pulley to get to the water pump and timing belt.

Also, if you're going to replace the timing belt, you should also replace the water pump since you're going to be right there anyways.



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should i be replacing the the timing belt and water pump at 100k? thanks for your help btw

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