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96 accord ex backfiring after replacing timing belts

Replaced timing belt and now the car wont start and backfiring

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SOURCE: 94 accord ex timing belt diagrams and instructions?

Replacing the timing belt, if you're mechanically inclined, is not a bad job at all. Haynes has a good step by step instructions for your car. The only problem you'll have is removing the balancer bolt. It's on there tight. If you decide to do the job yourself, email me and I'll tell you the trick on removing the balancer bolt without the use of an impact gun. I do this trick on all the Honda's I change the timing belts on.

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SOURCE: 1992 honda accord ex timing belt

yes this engine is a interference engine. Make sure you did not bend the valves when it boke.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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SOURCE: 91 accord engine squeal

there's your problem......you have a cheap alternator. Buy atleast refurbished never used once especially from a junk yard. Sounds like the pulley is worn.

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SOURCE: Timing chain or belt for a 2004 Honda Accord

It depends, 4cyl. is a chain, the 6cyl. is a belt and it is an interference engine. I have not done this one yet, but Hondas are never that easy.

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google= how to place a timing belt on a 1993 honda accord

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Remove the oil filler cap on valve cover and have someone turn over engine. If valves are moving the timing belt is OK. , if not the timing belt broke or is loose and may need replaced. Check internal timing pulleys as well for damage.
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A bad EGR valve could cause your car to experience hard starting, a rough idle, cruise control surges, popping noises from the exhaust, backfiring and sudden engine stops with cold weather or after deceleration.
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I have replaced timing belt and head gasket after having a blown head gasket set tdc and all timing marks but motor backfires and almost starts but will not please help me


Sounds like the timing is 180 degrees out. You would have to unhook the belt and turn the crank 360 degrees and put the belt back on. I hope this helps!

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I was driving down the road home from work yesterday and my 91 accord just shut off. i tried restarting it but it wont start. sounds like it wants to but wont.. what could it be.


Could be one of a few problems by your description. Ignitor unit(inside distributor housing) has failed.which would have no spark. P.G.M.F.I main relay failed,lose of fuel. Or very possibly has a timin belt that has jumped time or broke,this either would sound(if broke)like engine is spinning extremely fast will cranking over,(can also have someone watch through oil cap hole and see if there is cam movement while cranking over)if jumped time engine will try and stumble start but not quite,possibly backfiring while trying to start.either or requires belt replacement minimum and very good possiility of bent valves.how many miles?

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