2003-2016 Honda Pilot Timing Marks Diagram (3.5 L J35 Engine)
Last Updated on January 12, 2020 by Christ
2003-2016 Honda Pilot Timing Marks Diagram (3.5 L J35 Engine) – The Honda Pilot or MR-V is a compact SUV segment D produced by the Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co., Ltd. since mid-2001. It is a five-door unit with eight seats, with front-wheel drive or four-wheel, which faces models like the Mitsubishi Pajero, Nissan Pathfinder, and Toyota Highlander. The US magazine Car and Driver named “Best Large SUV” six consecutive from 2000-2007.
Its monocoque platform is identical to that of other Honda and Acura models like the Acura TL, Acura TSX, Acura MDX, Honda Accord and Honda Odyssey. The only engine available is setting gasoline six-cylinder in V and 3.5-liter engine with four valves per cylinder and variable valve timing, which until 2006 line developed 243 hp (179 kW) and maximum power from the line 2007 amounted to 247 hp (182 kW). At the Detroit Motor Show 2008, a prototype that shows how it will be the second generation Pilot was presented.
2003-2016 Honda Pilot Timing Marks Diagram (3.5 L J35 Engine):
- Drive Pulley
- Idler Pulley
- Front Camshaft Pulley
- Water Pump Pulley
- Rear Camshaft Pulley
- Adjusting Pulley
Note: Set the camshaft and crankshaft pulleys to TDC by aligning the TDC marks (A) on the camshaft pulleys with the pointers (B) on the back covers. For more details please watch the following video:
This diagram applies to Honda Pilot 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 year models that use 3.5 L J35 Engine. This engine is also applied to:
- 2001-2006 Acura MDX
- 2004-2007 Saturn Vue
- 2005-2008 Acura RL
- 2006-2017 Honda Ridgeline
- 2008-2016 Honda Accord
- 2010-2016 Acura TSX
- 2009-2014 Acura TL
- 2014-2016 Acura RLX
- 2014-2016 Acura MDX
- 2015 2016 Acura TLX
This diagram is based on the Honda workshop manual. This diagram is based on the Honda workshop manual. Hopefully the article of 2003-2016 Honda Pilot Timing Marks Diagram (3.5 L J35 Engine) useful for you.
my timing belt has been installed but Engine Light and Traction Light are on which mean the timing belt has been put correctly.
Hoe can correctly re-position it, and what is the TDC of the Honda pilot touring 2013
I recently replaced my water pump and timing belt on a 2011 Honda Pilot 3.5L engine. I have tripled check my timing and they are all where they are suppose to be. I started the engine and after a few seconds, engine rpm revs to 2000 and check engine light comes on indicating a multifire malfunction codes (P0300, 301 302 and 303) The engine was running fine prior to me replacing belt. I only replaced the belt because most mechanics and honda recommends it at 75000 to 100,000 miles as preventative maintenance. I am wondering now if I have the J35 engine. All my research prior to watching your video did not mention that. Is it possible that I may not have a J35? Are there different versions?