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Old 05-03-2010, 10:27 PM
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cranking motors by hand.

ok check it out i just bout an h22 :D yes there will be a progress thread just for yall.

thing is theres no key and i want to crank it by hand but question is what will i need i just need to get the motor going, i want to hear it run before i swap it to my car thanks


there will be a part out soon because i got a deal on this whole car
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Re: cranking motors by hand.

If you have the title all you have to do is go to a honda dealer and show them proof you own the car(title) and they will cut you a key for like 5 dollars. I bought a car in a police auction one time and had to do that. But if you don't have title then you will probably have to unbolt the ignition switch, take the switch apart and manually switch it to the on position but im not sure if that will work on our cars. I have only done that on a toyota for work.
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cool ill see about that
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