Question about 2002 Honda Civic
When your timing mark is up at top dead centre, and your cam mark is where you think it should be, your valves should be closed, or, both valve springs should be up. If you don't have it that way, you are out a half turn. Just have your crank in the right position, and turn the cam till the valves are closed, then put your belt on without losing that position. After your belt is on, turn it over a couple of times and see if the marks are the same place. If they aren't, you are out one tooth.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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