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Timming belt i have a honda accord 2.2 motor and i am changing the timeing belt i knoe there are 2 belts the main belt and a small one the main belt is already aligned but the small belt does not have any marking to use how do i line up the small belt

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Hi the balance shaft has to set by removing the bolt in the engine block that is in line with the front of the balance shaft the get a 6mm bolt that is 100mm long slide it into the hole where you revoved the bolt turn the balance shaft keeping a slight pressure on the bolt until it locates the hole in the shaft and locks it up then if you look at the oil pump there is a mark on the top of the housing and the oil pumps shaft just line them up stick your belt on tension and remove the locking bolt yates210456

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There is a bolt you need to remove and insert a longer 6mm about 2 1/2 inches long to align the right balance shaft. the bolt is on the right side of the engine. there is a notch on the other shaft on the left. and a pointer on the block just to the top of the shaft... hope this helps good luck jimmy

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