Question about 1989 Honda Civic
There there they probably just are not as easy to see as they once where. here will be a pointer on the timing cover and there will be four notches on the balancer, three close together and on space a little further than the other three. At one time the center notch in the three grouped together was red.
The balancer may need to be cleaned a little with some sandpaper to make them visible but they should be there.
The other think that comes to mind is there might be a rubber plug in the transmission under the distributor. Some of the older honda engines had this, I don't remember of hand which ones. When you remove the plug you will see the notches and timing marks.
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Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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