Question about 1993 Honda Civic 4 Door
#1) I'm Putting a Diagram of your Firing Order up.1st.
Clockwise 1--3--4--2 On Distributor Cap
#2) Your Ingnition Timing , Make sure engines temp is at normal operating temperture, #3) Pull out Engine Service Connector, which is located behind RIGHT SIDE KICK PANEL .
#4) Now take a Jumper wire and Jump the BROWN WIRE with the GREEN AND WHITE Wire Terminals on the Connector.CAUTION: DO NOT JUMP THE 3PIN Data Link on Vehicles 1993 and Up.
#5) Now Connect Timing Light There is a Mark on your Bottom (Crankshaft Pully) Its Red in Color,NOTE: you might have to clean this up before even beginning anything.!
#6) But Look Down to lower Crankshaft Pulley the Timing Light should be Lined up to the RED Mark.Your Timimg Sets at 16 Degrees Before Top Dead Center and Idle should be 670 RPM
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1.6L Engines Firing order: 1-3-4-2 Distributor rotation: Clockwise.
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