2001 Honda Odyssey Timing Belts And Water Pump Part 1




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Lynn Schmidt: Immense help in marking and counting teeth on timing belt. Thankyou

Daniel Lee: Can you turn off the radio? It's annoying.

wormguy119: at around 2'13": How'd you get the crankshaft pulley bolt off? Starter motor trick?

maramka: informative video, but no need to mark the belt; the marks are already there on the crank gears and the cam pulleys.

jdubb408: wow 85 bucks jus for an air filter ?

hp11208: $83 to change the air filter WTF,a kid can do that lol.

yehman71: I have been told counter clockwise.

skierbri10: For those that ask, the best thing you can do to get the crankshaft bolt out is with an air impact gun.

wormguy119: I have the same model/year vehicle and am getting ready to do this. It looks like you did it 'sans instruction manual' and I'm curious if it all worked afterwards. Aside from the missing part 2, it would have been nice to see removal of the crankshaft pulley bolt. Did you use a powerful air/impact wrench, a lot of leverage, or the 'starter motor trick'? Also the timing belt autotensioner was still in place when you removed the water pump. How did you re-tension it when you put the new belt on?

justinsvidz: Where is part 2 ?

bob95065: Marking the timing belt for replacement is time consuming and not needed when Honda put timing marks at every pulley. Not only that you have no way of getting back to TDC if you screw up because the engine is valve interference. You should line the crank up to TDC and replace the belt. You will see marks at both cams are provided and clear. Also that is a single overhead cam engine. If it were double OHC you would have two cams per bank or four cams total. Otherwise good video.

Sean Kwan: Does anybody know if Crankshaft bolt on this odyssey has to be turned clockwise or counterclockwise to loosen it?

Alexey Gavrilov: perfect video!!!!!

James Buttery: Wonder how you got that crank bolt out, thats HUGGGE for this job...should have showed it boys.

PeterGriffin4200: I thought this is Single Overhead Camshafts (SOHC) Honda V6 engine are always SOHC (with the exception of the Acura NSX with DOHC V6) but overall very helpful video!

IP Knightly: 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

egn83b: This engine is going into my civic finally decent video to show some insight on what I need to do while this engine is out of the car.

stewardsproductions: Thanks for taking the time to do this video

hp11208: 3G i can get a honda odyssey

just another channel: yeah

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?

hp11208: i sub

jakesherman956: wasup dad

ttelemaster1: Thanks for the video! I have to tackle a 2003 next weekend. Are you going to post part 2?

PVoyager: part 2?

indy500dad: GREAT GREAT Video guys. I have the same question as below. as well as "Do you have to and if so how do you get that tensioner back in there? Can you reply back with a little more explanation? Again, great video overall.!!

Jonathan Sherman: I finally posted Part 2!!

Clif Gallagher: Is this engine an interference engine?

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.

skierbri10: Yeah, in my understanding the marking of the belts is not necessary at all. That is just a lot of wasted time.

Spikes244: how do you replace fuel injectors?!?! ppplease post a video on this.. mine are nearly gone :-(... please e-mail me.. spike_244@yahoo.com.. i need help.. speedy wants $1,100 dollars and i cant afford that. and i need my van..
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