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

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    do u have a manual.

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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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