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1988 Honda Civic Timing Belt Kit With Water Pump And Various Gaskets on 2040-parts.com

US $65.00
Location:

Union City, California, US

Union City, California, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details:No return on electrical items. Buyer pays shipping all directions. Item must be in same condition as shipped. If new in box. Must be returned UNOPENED. Restocking Fee:No Brand:Contitech Aisin Part Brand:Japanese OEM Make:Honda

1988 Honda Civic 1.5 L4 timing belt kit with water pump and various gaskets. May also fit 1988-1991. Only with vin # can I or your local dealer check accuracy of application

Timing cover gskt 11833-PM3-000
    "     "    "  11832-PM3-000
                  11831-PM3-000
Thermostat gasket 19305-PJ7-000
Thermostat        19301-p08-316
ACC belt ten pulley 38
Water pump        19200-p01-004 AISIN OEM comes with gasket.
Timing belt kit   38942-pm3-000 KIT has the following
Belt 14400-pm3-004
Tensioner 14510-pm7-004

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