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Replacement of timing belt for 2002 honda accord v6

Need diagram or process to replace timimg belt for my 2002 Honda V6. I have 58,000 miles on car now.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Buy a book with illustrations, cause writing just wont fully cut it. First you will need to properlly lift and support the car. Remove the driverside tire and udercover . Before i go any farthjer , yu will need an AIR operated impact and good socket and air compressor, the bolt on the harmonic balanser is no joke and thats the only way youll get it off. remove all drive belts.harmonic balancer.support the engine under the oil pan with a block of wood and suitable jack. Remove the cam cover front motor mount. Remove the came cover. Remove upper and lower cam belt covers. also when replacing the cam belts the water pump is highlly advised to be changed , as i do it, since it rides along the cam belt. There is a cam drive belt and also a balance shaft belt. The tensioners on the belts are pretty self explanitory. On the cam pulley there will be a notch on the outer lip or a painted line. It should face the front of the car aligning with the top of the cylinder head , also imprinted on teh cam gear will say "UP" that must be up, but most importantlly the line must mate with the area of teh cylinder head and cam cover meet.properlly tension both belts and then put back together

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    honda accord V6 I want to keep out cars rear flat wheel keep out all bolts but wheel not come out

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