How many miles is the longest anyone has went with their 2006 Pilot before changing timing belt?
These guys above (fivermillions, Nailgrease) are right on. You should do the timing belt/water pump service as soon as possible. I think that you can still drive your Pilot for a while until you have the service done. Just realize that you are rolling the dice every day. IMHO, you could push it for 1000 miles, but you are getting risky if you just keep driving. Of course, if the belt breaks tomorrow, my opinion is worthless.
Especially if you drive in extreme temperatures and/or harsh conditions, as per the owner's manual.Based on time, your 2006 is due for its second timing belt replacement.
The timing belt should be replaced
according to the maintenance
message shown on the information
display. Replaced the belt at 60,000
miles (100,000 km) if you regularly
drive your vehicle in one or more of
In very high temperatures
(over 110°F, 43°C).
In very low temperatures
(under 20°F, 29°C).
Frequently tow a trailer.
I've never used the Leslie socket, though people claim it works using an impact.So what's the recommended way to break this bolt loose?
I tried several impacts with no success. Was to cheap to fork out $29.95 for a Leslie 19mm. I'll get one next time. The price is half that now. The Crankshaft Pulley tool/holder I can rent for free from O'Reilly's. I like free. 👍😁All I see in the jack stand method is a ton of potential energy just begging to turn into kinetic energy... quality breaker bars, extensions and sockets are a must for that method.
Also, that Lisle socket gives me socket envy!
I have a pretty big 1/2" impact gun, if I decide to undertake this myself I will probably turn the pressure up on my compressor and see if my gun can take it off before doing anything else. Save myself a lot of time if it won't work.