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1992 honda accord ex timing belt

I have a 92 honda accord ex with a 2.2l and the timing belt broke, i need to know if the engine is a interference or non interference engine!!

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    thanks for the help!!!

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    need to know how to ajust the timing

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Yes this engine is a interference engine. Make sure you did not bend the valves when it boke.

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