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I need to know where the timing marks are supposed to be on a 1986 Honda Accord 1955cc engine

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  • donaldmalone Jun 07, 2010

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Looking at cam sproket front, it will be to the left hand side in line with the valve cover surface and crank shaft pointer on timing cover TDC should be white pointer no worries mate

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  • Jeremy Pernar Jun 07, 2010

    get your piston 1 at TDC and the camshaft lobes rocking on that cylinder mark it check it turn over by hand its real hard without a reference point make your own you can do it

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