We purchased a 2013 Pilot with (at that time) around 129,000 miles on it. The dealer assured us that the previous owner had done the Timing Belt/Water Pump/Etc., back around 100,000 or so. My question is two-fold. First, why doesn't it have a sticker in the engine bay to verify this, and second, when would be a good time to plan on doing this again? It's only got like 138,000 or so now. In my experience dealerships will often tell you exactly what you want to hear, so I have no real way to verify that the repair has been done. I've even asked a friend who previously worked as a mechanic for Honda about this. He said "check the serpentine belt. If it looks fairly new that can be an indication that the timing belt replacement has been done." Any thoughts?