Question about 1994 Honda Passport
Are all the teeth on the timing belt #1,if the belt is still intact using the crankshaft pulley bolt turn the engine over twice,two complete turns,if it passes your valves are OK.#2 if you lost that much water you may have a blown head gasket,now you have to perform a compression test on all the cylinders,or using the radiator perform the test for water gasket leaks,if the pressure does not hold you have a problem.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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