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if you don't know the age of the belts its time to change them
 

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General rule is 60,000 miles, but they aren't expensive compared to a complete engine ruined by a broken belt. Also as, detdrbuzzard stated, if unknown, change them. An old belt will harden and break.
 

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Honda doesn't list a recommendation for miles or age in the service manual, only the removal/change procedure. 60k is plenty I'd say, and certainly not more than 8 years. Just removing the covers can tell you lots about the condition of them.
 

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you can get the timing belts at napa auto parts store
 

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The best rule for timing belts or anything else when it doubt.
When in doubt, change them out.
It's inexpensive compared to the cost of what may happen.
 
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