Question about 1991 Honda Accord
Do you mean the wrong installation of the balancing belt near the timing belt?
Not sure how anyone would install the harmonic balancer pulley wrong, it has a "key way" to make the pulley go on one way.
If it is in fact the balancer belt (near the timing belt, passenger side of the motor), then you might feel a slight vibration in your steering wheel when you are stopped at a light or at speeds over 70mph. It's not critical but it can be annoying if it's way off in adjustment.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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