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Old 06-30-2008, 04:47 PM   #1
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Default Help!!!! Need timing belt diagram for 2000 Honda Pasport ASAP!!!!!!!!!!

I need the service manual for a 200 Honda Passport V-6. I am catching hell installing a new timing belt, and setting the timing.

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Thanks for the reply. I think this is the way I have it, but there is something wierd about rotating the even camshaft counterclockwise to set the spring? Does anyone know anything about this??
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i think thats if u took the cams apart only. if u have all lines on belt lined up with marks on cams you will be fine , thats whats nice about the belts , they have marks on where they go.
when i did my timming belt and water pump , just linded up marks installed new bearrings and tensinor and was fine
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