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Can get the correct timing

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i have a b16a dohc vtec eg9 civic, and i carried it by the mechanic to change the timing belt and after dat it just dont want to start...he said it might b the brain box..but it was starting from b4!
can u give me a little insight about the timing in those engine!

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Well time the cams. it should say up on each of the cam gear and when you have the two cam gears in the up position. there should be a dot facing each other on the cam. then on the crank shaft gear there is also a dot marking. Line that up to the arrow mark on the block located right close to the crank gear. And then have your distributor rotor placed on cylinder one. thats the one closes to the cam gears...

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