Question about 1994 Honda Accord
Car wont start due to timeing is out. everything around the engine is stil in good conditions nothing snapped or broken, valves under the rocket cover is still good, cambelt came off. i dont know how to put the cambelt on without causing another problem im working on the car now but need info plz anyone
You need to rotate the cam until timing marks on the sprocket are in line with the head, then make sure crank shaft timing mark is lined up. Install the belt. Might have to loosen the timing belt tensioner. Put timing belt tensioner back on, rotate the crank shaft with a wrench first to make sure there's no interference. Next, check compression.
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