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1991 honda accord 2.2 liter engine removing and replacing a timing belt

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If you don`t want to buy a book then go to the library and get one to see how to do the job.it will have pictures to show you how to align the marks and it has alot of good information for you.

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1999 honda accord vtech timing belt marks


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Honda engines are what they call interference engines. This means when a timing belt breaks, the pistons hit the valves and bend them. You will need to remove the cylinder head and get the bent valves replaced if you want it to run correctly. Impossible to know how many valves are bent, depends on how fast the engine was turning when the belt broke.

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Need to know how to replace the belts on a 1992 Honda accord.


How to dismantling and change timing belt for CB7 engine:
1. remove elektrik power (+) from accumulator
2. put suport on below engine
3. remove the bolt and left engine mounting
4. remove upper engine cover
5. open side engine cover (timing cover from black plastic)
6. please remember top marking on the crankshaft
7. make to slack tensioner wheel, and remove the belt.

note : there are two timing belt on cb7 engine, smaller and bigger

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I need a full picture of removing an replacing a timing belt on a 1991 honda accord 2.2 liter engine 4 cylinder


http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=55332

this takes you to cb7tuner.com which is dedicated to your type of honda. the link takes you to a run through of changing your timing belt. goodluck.

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Lookin for a picture of removeing and replacing timing belt on a 1991 honda accord 2.2 liter engine 4 cylinder


Someone might give you a pic, but you should really buy a manual for this. there is a lot of important info on doing a timing belt. If not done right you can trash an engine. I get a manual everytime if I don't already have one. $25.00 is a good investment.

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1991 honda accord ex will not start was running and just stopped. code 41. no spark that i can tell. it will not restart. help


Remove distributor cap, crank engine, see if distributor rotor turned, if it don't turn, bad timing belt, replace, if it does turn, more then likely, ignition control module, if timing belt bad. made br will help you to set in bad on timing, when replacing timing belt, hope this was very helpful.

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If a timing belt break's on a 1990 honda accord does it bend the valve's


I'm not a Honda expert, but when my Ford Escort belt broke the motor kept trying to run and yes the motor eventually blew. It ran on 3 cylinders, then 2. Hope this helps.

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On my 1991 honda accord lx it feels like its out


why do you thin that, hondas are a zero tolerance engine so damage will likely occur, when was the timing belt done, they should be done no later than 100,000 miles.newer cars 60,000 miles

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generally every 60,000 miles. Some cars can go as long as 10o,000 miles. Check your owner's manual for the manufacture's recommendation or call the dealer's service department. They will tell you. One word of caution if a honda blows a timing belt the pistons and valves can meet ands then you need a new engine. Ifyou have any doubts about when the belt was last done, get it replaceds

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