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Timeing ive taken my rockethead off check'd the valves. and another thing was my cambelt only slid off it never snap'd. cambelt is worn but thats about it i need help asap honda accord 1994 exis

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  • melissa rogers Jan 02, 2009

    how do i fix the timing my self with out going to pay too much money

  • melissa rogers Jan 02, 2009

    do i need to take off the engine mount by the top pulleys

  • melissa rogers Jan 02, 2009

    hey thanks for your kind help, i still am stuck are you able to send me a diagram and instructions for a single cambelt. get back asap

  • O Mclean May 11, 2010




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Here is a diagram of your timing marks conatc if you need more help. Good Luck

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  • O Mclean Jan 03, 2009

    Scroll down on the diagram the Single cam is right there, it's the one with the single pulley that say UP on it.



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However they have a duty of care to check that their work covers all aspects of the work quoted for.

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If the oil level gets too low pressure drops and you can get bearing failures which can lead to con rods snapping.

It is not normal for blue smoke to be emitted after a cylinder head rebuild !!

If blue smoke comes out of the exhaust there is oil being burnt off because of a mechanical problem.

If it is a professional garage they may come to an agreement with you , if it is a hole in the wall then your chances of redress are slim

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