Question about 1985 Honda Civic
Check your timing belt.Take the distributer cap off and see if the rotor turns when you turn the engine over. If it doesn't, your belt is broken. But it may still be turning and just out of time. Use a timing light to see if the timing mark stays in one place or if it jumps around. If it jumps, it has slipped. Did it backfire when it died?
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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