Question about Honda Civic
With Vtech motors, if the timing belt jumps to much yes you will get valve/piston damage. This type of damage is usually very noticable (knocking, loud head noise, no start) Best thing to do if no damage is noticed have the belt adjusted back into timing. jumping one rib maybe 2 might not have enough to cause damage my prelude jumped and didn't have a problem
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
Engine managment light on in civic type r (2002). Diagnostic test showed cam sensors. I paid a lot for these to be changed but light is still on. Garage are now saying it is the crankshaft two belts that need replacing and this is an engine out job which will cost me a fortune. Is what the garage saying accurate?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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