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Re: 94 accord ex timing belt diagrams and instructions?
Replacing the timing belt, if you're mechanically inclined, is not a bad job at all. Haynes has a good step by step instructions for your car. The only problem you'll have is removing the balancer bolt. It's on there tight. If you decide to do the job yourself, email me and I'll tell you the trick on removing the balancer bolt without the use of an impact gun. I do this trick on all the Honda's I change the timing belts on.
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the accord has a hydraulic belt tensioner and it is a possibility that the oil may be from that unit if it was incorrectly fitted during the belt replacement
Get it back to where the job was done and if the bulk of the oil is from around the timing cover then the possibility could be real
If that is the case the shop has to redo the job including a new belt as oil destroys belts in quicktime
all work and parts will be at shop cost as it is a warranty job
I'm not sure which timing belt "diagram" you are requesting. There are several in the service manual. (You are going to need much more than a simple routing diagram showing where the timing marks are located.) Replacing the timing belt on this engine is quite complicated and requires the use of special tools to lock both the camshafts and the crankshaft into position while positioning the timing belt.
Failure to do this according to the specific instructions provided in the sevice manual or attempting to do this job without the proper tools and equipment can result in severe engine damage.
If you really want to try and attempt this job at home, I can provide a FULL set of instructions and all of the diagrams available.
Just click on my profile picture below and go to my FixYa profile page. Click the tab that says "Pro Services". When the page opens up, click any of the services listed. (It doesn;t really matter which one - they will ALL connect you with me) Sign up for Email support. Be sure to include the Year, Make, Model, Engine Size, and a brief description of what we are trying to fix in your message (just so I don't mix you up with someone else).