Question about 1990 Honda Accord
Pop out the spark plug in number 1 cylinder. Drop a long 1/4" drive extension in the cylinder. Turn the crankshaft until the timing mark on the crank pulley meets "0" and the extension is at it's highest point of travel. This is your correct crank position for timing. Pop the cover off and find the indentation or arrow on the outside front of the cam sprocket and align it with the corresponding mark on the head or cam cap. If you're only talking about using a timing light, then lossen the distributor bolt at it's base and turn the distributor until the mark is at 0. Engine must be at normal operating temp.
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