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1997 honda passport 3.2L V6 flywheel location

Where is the flywheel location? Need to stop camshaft fron turning to change the timing belt.

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  • garciad20 Oct 13, 2009

    my spare tire is on the back of the truck. So the I can jam it at the rear of the vehicle?

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Its in the egine. its under your spare tyre storage.

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Have 2001 honda passport just changed waterpump and timing belt. cranks and no start what would be the cause?


When changing the timing belt on a vehicle be sure that the timing marks line up on the camshaft sprockets and the crankshaft sprocket then turn the engine by hand (not the starter) 2 full revolutions (I spin it 4 revolutions to be completely sure) and check that the timing marks still are lined up. While turning the engine if you feel resistance STOP. You may not have the timing correct. Make sure that the spark plugs are removed while doing this because the compression of the engine can make it difficult to turn by hand.

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How to change a timing belt


You may follow these steps:

1. Remove any shrouding in the wheel so that you can access the lower timing belt pulley and the crankshaft snout.

2. Locate the timing marks on the flywheel and cam, then you set them both to TDC. The flywheel pulley TDC mark is accessible through a hole in the bellhousing. The camshaft TDC is easy to locate, especially if you added some marks.

3. Support the engine with something like skyhook if you want to remove the rightside motor mount. Most belts are installed with a mount in the center, making them problematic when changing. You can now remove the motor mount temporarily.

4. Freeing up the belt tensioner pulley can release any belt tension.

5. Slip through the new belt into place and make sure that you are not disturbing the cam or crank pulleys, or else the engine will be out of time if changes and adjustments are made. Then check by slowly rotating the crank to two full turns with a socket on the crank snout.

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Where is the camshaft sensor located on a 2000 honda passport


Top under the intake is the camshaft position sensor,If this sensor fails the vehicle will still run and will even restart,The camshaft sensor is not causing the misfire.If it appaear as a code it is a rational code,you need to check for ignition misfire,8_25_2012_11_22_11_pm.gif

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Corect timing timing belt 1999 3.2 honda pasport


The crankshaft timing pulley has a notch (not the green mark) and the notch aligns with the mark on the oil pump housing. Turn the right camshaft pulley until the green mark aligns with the mark on the valve cover. Turn the left camshaft pulley until the green mark aligns with timing belt cover bolt hole.

You may have to turn each camshaft pulley 3 to 4 complete turns before they will align in the proper position. This is your correct timing. I hope this helps you, and I would appreciate your feedback and rating.

Sep 03, 2010 | 1999 Honda Passport

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Timing 97 passport


you need to re-do you timing belt and make sure the cam is aligned, there will be an arrow on the cam and another arrow for you to line up to, its called TDC (top dead center)..once thats lined up you can put the belt back and your timing should be better

Dec 03, 2009 | 1997 Honda Passport

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How to get the timing belt off a 97 Honda Passport?


Ok this is pretty simple first of all this vehicle has a hydraulic tensioner so will nee to loose the two bolts that holds the hyraulic tenisor and remove tensioner completely and belt will become loose and can be removed. Its recommended that you change this tensioner when you do a timing belt job at about 60,00 miles. However if you choose to re-use tension it can be compressed(pushed back in with a bench vise and can be held in place for installion by a very skinny allen key of a wire type brake clip or something of that sort. Here is a diagram of your timing marks, conatct if you need more help Good Luck and thanks for using
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http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/tec_info/1997/honda/passport/1997_honda_passport_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm

Jan 14, 2009 | 1997 Honda Passport

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