Question about Honda HRV
How to find timing mark
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the chart shows 90,000 miles
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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You cannot change the filter unless you have access to a lift or pit. It is located on the back of the engine, recessed above the front axle. I took mine to a friends garage and even with the car raised, it still took a filter wrench on an extension bar to get to it. It is impossible to reach it if all you have is a jack or ramps in the driveway.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
right back to basics here as i havent done one before but remove a spark plug on no1 cylinder then bring the piston done to about halfway then remove the rocker cover and look at the cams on no1 now turn till inlet is closed and cam is pointing up and to the left and the exhaust is up and pointing to the right ,now look at the back of the cam on the end for a slot which will be horizontal with head or a little cut out on a cam cap which will line up with mark on the cam ,this is the two maain types of timing setting for the cams although some engines have 8mm hole in a cam gear spoke (peugeot) which lines up with a hole in the head and you peg it .after finding the cam position you bring the piston on no1 up to the TDC ,this is achieved by a long thin screwdriver down the plug hole then fit the belt tighten the tensioner and crank engine with a rachet on the front pulley bolt 360degrees to ensure the valves clear .Some engines have a special tool which goes in a bolt hole after removing the blanking bolt to locate TDC ,which is normally in line with the crank but this is a renault and the ford focus which is at the back of the engine .
Posted on Sep 13, 2012
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