Honda Civic Timing Belt Replacement Cost

The replacement cost for a honda civic timing belt varies between $280 to $650 on average depending on your year model and whether you get it done at a dealership or at a local mechanic.  The time taken to replace the belt is usually around 3 to 4 hours. The suggested cost here includes replacement of the timing belt, water pump and tensioner + labor. If  other parts are going to be replaced such as the power steering and AC compressor belts, seals and gaskets then the cost may be a little higher. The timing belt for a honda civic should generally be changed at an interval of 100,000 miles

Model Year Timing Belt Part Cost Other Parts Cost(water pump + Tensioner ) Total Replacement Cost(parts + Labor)
Local Mechanic Dealership
 1995  $26 – $36  $55 – $70  $280 to $380  $480 – $580
 1996  $30 – $40   $75 – $90  $300 – $400  $500 – $600
 1997  $30 – $40   $75 – $90  $300 – $400  $500 – $600
 1998  $30 – $40   $75 – $90  $300 – $400  $500 – $600
 1999  $30 – $40   $75 – $90  $300 – $400  $500 – $600
 2000  $30 – $40   $75 – $90  $300 – $400  $500 – $600
 2001  $18 – $30  $95 – $140  $350 – $450  $550 – $650
 2002  $18 – $30  $95 – $140  $350 – $450  $550 – $650
 2003  $18 – $30  $95 – $140  $350 – $450  $550 – $650
 2004  $18 – $30  $95 – $140  $350 – $450  $550 – $650
 2005  $18 – $30  $95 – $140  $350 – $450  $550 – $650