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I just need to know the basic steps to change the balance shaft belt on a 92 honda accord lx 2.2L.

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I regret to inform you that this is all but basic. here goes the instructions any way:

http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showpost.php?p=693391&postcount=1

hope this helps, and remember, you have to remove the power steering pump first. goodluck.

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