Does the CRV (1999) have a tensioner/idler pulley on the timing belt?

Discussion in 'CR-V' started by Siskuwihane, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. Siskuwihane

    Siskuwihane Guest

    And if so, should it be replaced with the first belt change? Excuse if
    this has been asked before.
    Siskuwihane, Mar 11, 2008
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    It does. Some dealerships never change them. I'd think of changing it on
    the fourth or fifth belt. If you have AWD, change the Dual Pump Fluid
    every 30,000 miles too. Valve adjustment every 30,000 miles too or pay
    the man.

    'Curly Q. Links', Mar 11, 2008
  3. Siskuwihane

    Siskuwihane Guest

    Thank you. I got a quote by email and it wasn't on there so I wanted
    to check here with the experts.

    I've been having the valves done and I do the rear diff and trans
    fluid changes myself thanks to what I have read and learned here and (which was so full of spam I just gave up!).
    Siskuwihane, Mar 11, 2008
  4. Siskuwihane

    Tegger Guest

    It is? I don't see any of it. Maybe your provider is sloppy and careless.
    Tegger, Mar 11, 2008
  5. Siskuwihane

    Siskuwihane Guest

    That pretty much sums up Google (which I am posting through).
    Siskuwihane, Mar 11, 2008
  6. Siskuwihane

    Tegger Guest

    Then why don't you post directly to Usenet instead of letting Google filter
    your stuff and bombard you with ads?

    You appear to be with Verizon. See here:
    See "News Server Settings".

    And PLEASE don't use Outhouse Express for News. Use these instead: (free afer 30 days, with some loss in advanced
    or (This is what I use).

    Others will have their own favorites.
    Tegger, Mar 11, 2008
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