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Old 02-20-2009, 12:05 AM
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#1 cylinder

Im in the process of replacing my timing belt and i just need to know what cylinder is #1
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Re: #1 cylinder

closest to the timing belt.
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Re: #1 cylinder

Thats what i thought but for some reason I cant get it running. I have the marks on the flywheel like - < and the camshaft "up" mark up but it wont fire. Any ideas.

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closest to the timing belt.
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Re: #1 cylinder

actually i thing that's number 4, i'll check mine and get back to you on it
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Re: #1 cylinder

The pistons are numbered starting from the front of the engine. The front of the engine is the end with the timing belt, so standing in front of the car, the pistons go #1, #2, #3, #4 from right to left.
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Re: #1 cylinder

yep if your looking at the motor then it'll look like this:

[4] [3] [2] [1]
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Re: #1 cylinder

1 3 4 2 is the firing order. The one closest to the dist. cap is number one. remember in english read left to right not right to left.
And if you dont believe me google it dude. All of honda's 4 cylinder engines fire that way.
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Re: #1 cylinder

Well i got home from work yesterday i got home from work and went to it. Turns out all those who said the cylinder that was closest to the timing belt was #1. Set up the timing and it fired first time. Runs better than it did before. Thanks for all your help.
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