Question about Honda Accord
First take a digital picture of the belt while it is still installed, use that as a guide to install the new one, there are 2 marks that must be lined up, the crank pulley needs to be at #1 cylinder Top Dead Center (TDC) and the cam pulley arrow aligned with mark on head, make sure you check all the pulleys the belt runs on for loose bearings or roughness when the are spun, replace them as needed, now is a good time to do the water pump also. When you think every thing is right, turn the engine one revolution (by hand) and check the alignment marks again, if you get it wrong you can damage the valves, which is not good to say the least.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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