Question about 1996 Honda Prelude
Check the sproket on the camshaft for broken links and the gears on the crankshaft. if all this look good, then install the timing belt. If you do remove the camshaft sproket, make sure to mark it exactly where it is at compared to the mark on the engine. Do not turn the engine at all. Everything has to be aligned exactly.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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