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BELT REPLACEMENT HOW TO REPLACE TIMING BELT AT HONDA ACCORD 2.0 1995 LOOKING FOR MANUAL, OR ANY DRAWINGS WITH MARKS......

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Compare the manuals at the auto store to see which one shows it best for you.

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How do i find the timing belt marks for a 1995 honda accord lx


take the timing belt cover off and look at the cam gears it should tell you the timing marks

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Please help me I want to replace the timing belt 1990 honda acord,how srt up timeing mark,wich side no one cylinder if you look front of the engin


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BEFORE U TAKE THE TIMING BELT OFF PUT THE CRANK SHAFT ON ITS MARK.IF THE CAM MARKS ARE NOT LINED UP THEN ROTATE THE CRANK 180.THEN U CAN MARK THE POSITION OF THE CAM & CRANK GEARS W/A CRAYON,WHITE OUT ECT.AS LONG AS THE GEARS DO NOT MOVE THEN U WILL BE OK.WITH THE OLD BELT ON U CAN SEE THE TIMING MARKS.

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Having trouble on 1995 honda accord timing belts replacement.no marks to line up small balance shaft belt.


I had the same problem. Haynes manual don't show it worth a dukey.
If you put the dot on the pully straight up (look closely) you will see actually 2 little studs sticking out. This is where I aligned mine and it fired right up fine.
Now I'm missing the sticker under the hood to give me the specs for ignition timing and if there is any vacuum lines that need removed. Thats what leads me here.

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How do I replace my timing belt? Just hit 80,000 miles HeLp!!!


the easiest thing to do is to go to your local parts store and buy a hanes repair manual. they have all the instructions and pictures

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