Question about 1992 Acura Integra Hatchback
Timing belt location on the b18c 1.8L dont reall y know were to look
Well , state engine in car. there are many (and country too)
some countries use , different engines....
the Tbelt is attached to 2 places.
the CAM cog
and the crank cog.
here point finger to top of engine, walk finger (face aft of car)
move it your right to left, when you run out of valve cover
you land on Mr/ TBelt, or chain on some overhead cam cars.
post the engines.
nobody does, nor country nor answer back but there,
if in usa, open hood, look up see that EPA vacuum map sticker
bingo for engine type. every time , all the time.
not in USA, say so, its else where.
Posted on Nov 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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