Honda Odyssey Timing Belt Replacement: A Comprehensive Guide

Welcome back! If you’re new here, we’re glad you found us. In this video, we’ll be demonstrating the steps to perform a timing belt and water pump replacement on a 2013 Honda Odyssey as part of the 100k service.

What service is being performed on the 2013 Honda Odyssey in the video?

The video covers the timing belt and water pump replacement as part of the 100k service.

What is the most challenging part of the job?

The most challenging part is pulling the crank pulley off.

What tools are recommended for breaking the crank pulley bolt loose?

A custom tool for Honda or a heavy-duty impact wrench like the earthquake xt from Harbor Freight are recommended.

How is the top dead center for cylinder one located?

Cylinder one at top dead center can be located by aligning the mark on the crank pulley with a notch on the front timing cover.

What is the process for removing the water pump?

The water pump is removed by loosening a series of 10-millimeter bolts and catching the coolant that comes out when the old pump is pulled off.

What are the steps for reassembling and testing after the water pump replacement?

Reassembly involves routing the belt, reattaching pulleys, tightening bolts, and performing a bleeding procedure for the coolant system.

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