Frank Howard: I know your intentions are good, but you're making this much more complicated than need be. If you start with the engine at TDC, there's no reason to mark the belts or count the teeth. Just use the factory marks. That's what they're there for. In addition, you're depending on the cams and crank remaining stationary. If one of these should move slightly, you could be off by a tooth which could spell disaster because this is an interference engine. I know what I'm talking about because the P.O. did exactly what you did and he ended up bending all of the exhause valves. That's how I acquired my 13-year-old EX-L for $500.
Jeff Hildreth: Radio makes this unwatchable. While I believe you think you are offering a "free" service" and should be commended... you lose points for being self absorbed.
Lynn Schmidt: Immense help in marking and counting teeth on timing belt. Thankyou
Daniel Lee: Can you turn off the radio? It's annoying.
just another channel: yeah
Dr. J. N. Phan: music was annoying, other than that good movie
Pitu Q: Why don't just count the teeth on the belt. I think it Will be more precise
stewardsproductions: Thanks for taking the time to do this video
maramka: informative video, but no need to mark the belt; the marks are already there on the crank gears and the cam pulleys.
yehman71: I have been told counter clockwise.
Sean Kwan: Does anybody know if Crankshaft bolt on this odyssey has to be turned clockwise or counterclockwise to loosen it?
HP11208: $83 to change the air filter WTF,a kid can do that lol.
HP11208: i sub
skierbri10: For those that ask, the best thing you can do to get the crankshaft bolt out is with an air impact gun.
skierbri10: Yeah, in my understanding the marking of the belts is not necessary at all. That is just a lot of wasted time.
flickerman68: Hello is it best to replace the water pump at the same time? And should you buy a kit with all necessary parts or simply get the pump and belt alone?
Alexey Gavrilov: perfect video!!!!!
jakesherman956: wasup dad
HP11208: 3G i can get a honda odyssey
Tom Johnston: Very helpful. Thanks for posting these. It will be useful when I do the job on my Honda Pilot. Maybe I missed it but I didn't see where you mentioned removing the crank pulley bolt. From what I understand, that's very difficult. It's one of the steps listed in the factory service manual and also in the forums that I have found on the subject. Maybe I missed it in your video. If not, do you have any tips about removing that bolt. Reportedly, it's a real bear of a job.
2001 Honda Odyssey Timing Belts and Water Pump Part 15
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