Question about 1991 Honda Civic
I have a 1991 honda civic 1.5L and it stopped on the highway. It's in my garage and I have checked the plugs which give good fire, there doesn't seem to be an issue with the gs pump as there's gas in the chambers. I think it's the timing belt as when it cranks it has a sort of a wheezing sound and shudders but doesn't fire up. How do ùi check to see if the timing belt needs replacement and how do I remove front cover? Must I remove the valve cover to allow the top portion of front cover to be freed from the retaining lip on valve cover?
I have broken the timing belt in two of these, one time at over 6000 RPM. They do not bend the valves as long as the head has not been cut. That wheezing noies is compression blowing by partially open intake valves. You need to remove the valve cover and the timing cover. Please replace the water pump at the same time. Camieng
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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