Question about 1995 Honda Civic
I bought the car and it wouldnt start and i was told that the car had jumped time i checked the belt and it is a little loose and i need to no how set the timing after i buy the new belt.
If you have Dual Over Head Cams you have to set both to 12 o clock make sure your num#1 piston is on top dead center in order for your tiiming to be right, another thing is that if your old belt sliped there could be a chance that valve damage might of occured or may be not since most honda engine are interference engines
Posted on May 26, 2009
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