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Ok so I fixed everything on my prelude and now all I need to figure out is how to ajust the timing with the distributor cap its not a major time it needs just a little how can I turn it there 3nuts

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Loosen the 3 nut a bit and the distributor will move first video is ok second show how to on old civic the 3rd one is exactly what you want

Posted on Apr 03, 2015

  • austin Apr 03, 2015

    Thank u so much this helps me allot it dnt need a bit time it just kinda bounces a lil right at the last rotation befor its off

  • pierre laplante Apr 03, 2015

    your welcome

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If the car works then testing it is a waste of time. Just make sure the internals in the distributor are tight. I saw a rotor bolt once come off and it got stuck in the cap which caused a stall and did not restart.

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You didn't mention engine size so here are the diagrams for both the 6 & 8 cyl engines.

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SOURCE: 95 honda prelude distributor cap wiring diagram

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  2. Make sure that all wires are clear of the cooling fan and hot exhaust manifolds.
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  1. If necessary to adjust the timing, loosen the distributor hold-down bolt(s) and/or nut and slowly rotate the distributor in the required direction while observing the timing marks.
  2. To complete the adjustment operation, tighten the hold-down bolt, taking care not to disturb the adjustment.
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Fig. Fig. 4: Service connector on 1988-91 Preludes


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