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Re: 1995 accord timing belt schedule
Timing belts last a 100,000 miles easy. Even the owner's manuals will generally state the replacement interval for a timing belt or serpentine belt to be over 100k 5 years. It is just inspections up till then.
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Look at the crank Position Sensor and the Cam Sensor as well as check the Timing belt for proper operation, if there is a slack of any type in the timing belt the tension device isn't working properly and is the cause of the problem.
Click on the following free direct Link. It has the correct Timing Belt Diagrams for your 1995 Honda Accord 2.2L SOHC 4-Cylinder Engine. Plus Instructional and Directional Diagrams you will find helpful.
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Your 95 Accord comes with a 2.2L (4 cylinder)
I believe the 2.2L has two belts: power steering and alternator (with or without A/C - different belt applications). If you are replacing belts note the routing of each one.. . In any case these belts are not easy to replace . Each of the belts has its own manual tensioner. You should have pry bar or lever to push the tensioner back to release the tension on the belt.
There is not a lot of room to work between the pulleys and body of car (the engine is transversely mounted). Slip the belt off any pulley you can reach. Carefully release the pry bar on the tensioner pulley. To replace belt reverse the above step. Do not pinch or crimp the new belt.
You may also want to consider the timing belt also.
First you must check to see what missing. You must have spark at the pugs and gas at the injector for this car to start. See whats missing and get back to me. The 1995 Honda Accord has a history of bad distributor.If there is no spark at the spark plugs replace distributor. However on some models the coil is separate and not in the distributor, if so make sure the coil is working.