Question about 1995 Honda Civic
Timing belt book, public library, or use their database. if you repair engines and are asking this, thats a good place to verify your info. (and the belt must have broken).a technician would notice the position before disassembly. be aware,the valves may have bent. you may want the haynes manual. they can get you one.
where i live i can get their chilton manual at home by typing in my library card number. engine repair has alot to it when you are replacing that belt on that kind of car. i suggest reading the book. you will want seals and a water pump too. i hope the 4 exhaust valves did not get bent
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From what I see in my manual,
1.There is a Timing Pointer on the back of the engine. There is a White mark on the flywheel. The white mark must line up with the timing pointer, for Number 1 piston to be at Top Dead Center.
2.Facing the engine, looking at the camshaft sprocket. The sprocket has spokes. On one of those spokes is the word, "UP" in raised letters, or there is a small Dot. As you can see here, the spoke with the word UP goes -> Up.
(Same thing of course if it is a Dot, instead of UP)
On the back of the camshaft gear, (Sprocket), are marks. On the edges of the camshaft gear. These line up with the top edge of the cylinder head. The surface of the cylinder head, where the valve cover bolts down to.
I'm sorry, at present I do not have a website, that I could link you to for a diagram, or photo.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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Check the position of the timing marks. The timing pointer mustbe perfectly aligned with the TDC (white mark) on the flywheel orflex-plate; the camshaft pulley must be aligned so that the word UP isat the top of the pulley and the marks on the edge of the pulley arealigned with the surfaces of the head. Additionally, the face of thefront timing balancer pulley has a mark which must be aligned with thenotch on the oil pump body. This pulley is the one to the left crankwhen viewed from the pulley end.
Also, in here, 1994-Honda-Accord-Coupe-Section-01-Engine (page 47 and next / TDC marks) you can find referenece information about Accord Engine.
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Posted on Sep 25, 2009
SOURCE: Timing belt specification.
The 1.6l is an interference engine and if the timing belt let loose there is a good chance the pistons met the valves and bent them. I'm thinking that you have a compresson problem either caused by bent valves or having the camshaft out of time with the crank.this link seems to be the best description of where the marks need to be I hope it helps http://honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=1042236&highlight=d16z6+timing+marks+
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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