Honda Odyssey Timing Belt Replacement Cost And Interval

How much does a timing belt replacement cost?

The cost to replace a timing belt for a Honda Odyssey varies between $571 and $973 based on your model year and whether you get it done at a local mechanic or at the dealership.


Honda Odyssey
Model YearsLocal Mechanic Cost (Belt + Tensioner + Idlers + Seals + Water Pump)Dealership Cost
1999 - 2000$593 - $680$862 - $949
2001 - 2003$585 - $687$856 - $954
2004 - 2006$578 - $681$848 - $960
2007 - 2008$571 - $674$845 - $969
2009 - 2010$574 - $678$851 - $962
2011 - 2013$581 - $671$842 - $965
2014 - 2016$587 - $678$839 - $973
2017$581 - $671$832 - $965

How much does it cost at the dealership?

The average cost at the dealership varies between $832 and $973 including parts and labor.


How much does it cost at a local mechanic?

At a local mechanic, the cost would average between $571 and $687 including parts and labor.


How much do the parts cost?

For a Honda Odyssey, a timing belt kit should cost between $79 and $172.


How much is the labor?

Labor cost should be between $492 and $608 at a local mechanic and $753 and $894 at a dealership.


What is the interval/schedule?

The schedule to change the timing belt on a Honda Odyssey is at an interval of 105,000 miles or every 7 years. Some people report driving their Odyssey past 160,000 miles without any issues but it isn't recommended that you wait that long.