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What to replace along with timing pump and water pump?

Hello all! I'm new to the forum and I would very much appreciate some help with my 93 Prelude- 2.2 vtec. Its overheating and not pumping hot air through the heater, and it seems to be leaking fluid below the water pump. Recently back-flushed the radiator to check for blockage and its fine. Next step is to replace the water pump and timing belt I believe. What else should I replace while doing this project? The car has 227,000 miles. Thanks for the help!
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Re: What to replace along with timing pump and water pump?

*timing BELT, sorry.
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Re: What to replace along with timing pump and water pump?

Look into either an H23 manual tensioner conversion, or get the Kaizenspeed auto-tensioner replacement. You'll also need the balance shaft belt, and depending on it's condition, the little woodruff key that goes in the crank pulley.
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Great, thanks for the suggestion!
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Re: What to replace along with timing pump and water pump?

Thermostat. That might be why you no have hot air in the heater...

Not saying don't do the belt/pump thing... but a stuck thermostat can cause the car to overheat and a symptom of stuck (closed) thermostat is lack of hot air in the vents.
Also get a new radiator cap. They too develop issues in time and are cheap for a stant or other aftermarket type. Get a Mugen or JDM type for style points.
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Re: What to replace along with timing pump and water pump?

Thanks. I replaced the thermostat and got a new cap. All hoses are new as well. Picked up the water pump and timing belt, and the autotensioner and various seals are on order!
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Check the condition and replace as necessary any seals that become accessible when doing the timing belt job.
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Check the condition and replace as necessary any seals that become accessible when doing the timing belt job.
^^^^Yesssss- the balance shaft seal for sure. Otherwise the thing with undoubtedly start leaking on you at some point and you won't ever be able to figure out where it's coming from.
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Re: What to replace along with timing pump and water pump?

Excellent. will attempt to find balance shaft seal. Having some trouble with autozone and orielly's so might have to go directly to Honda.
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