i was just wondering if there is any write up for accord timing belt replacement because i cant see to find any..... all i really need to know is how to take tension off the tensioner pulley(which seems like if you wrench one of the bolt thats on the tensioner pulley) and also setting it tdc and where the tdc marks are..... thanks
it's better than nothing, i guess... chiltons/haynes type of deal
there were also a few .pdf files of FSM/Helms type manuals floating around but I can't find them right now 4 u (my searching skills suck)
Wife's'95 Accord LX 4dr F22b2 she gave this away to a friend since it's still mechanically sound; now has a 2005 MDX... worse mpg & takes premium to boot (she's ignoring the last part & using regular octane)
i was just wondering i got the instruction for the timing belt from alldata. but im wondering how do you adjust the tension for the belt that goes aroudn the camshaft pulley?? alldata said something about installing some long bolt on this hole to hold the adjustment arm but i dont really have a bolt that long. if anyone knows how to adjust the tension on timing belt for this car. please let me know
Re: 95 accord timing belt replacement (xiLLtegRax)
Originally Posted by xiLLtegRax
someone has to know how to adjust this dam thing
Push the tensioner up till you can shove the 'long' side of the T-belt inwards about 1/2 inch with your finger while it's under tension.
You can also turn the crank pulley a few teeth counter clockwise till all the slack is gone from the belt, then lock down the tensioner; Leave a little slack in the balance shaft belt or it will howl; about 1/8 inch free slack between the crank pulley and rear 'oil pump' pulley.
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LSV84, just so you know, we're not actually allowed to post links to downloads of the PDF service manuals.
xiLLtegRax, To adjest the tension, loosen the adjusting nut (located just above the crank pulley) 1 turn. Then turn the crankshaft CCW until you move 3 teeth on the camshaft pulley. Then tighten the adjusting nut back down.
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