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need help i just changed my timing belt, water pump. and all the seals and belts. spark plugs and wires, new air filter,oil, oil filter. the car starts up! it was idling high. (1500 rpm) . then it would drop to 1000 rpms for a sec. then start reving up/down 1500-1000. went to take it to autozone. the whole car started to shake.. do you think i have the timing off and Fing up the pistons????
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If your timing was off you would have noticed right away and not after the drive to auto zone. It sounds like you balance shaft isn't in the correct position though.
High idle you don't feel it as bad because the rotating mass is higher. But after it drops your engine then kinda lopes. Lower rpm idle is probably due to something off balance. IE balance shaft.
I also say balance shaft because u just did work that indeed also pretains to the balance shaft.

EDIT- there are also a gross amount of other reasons this could happen. I would refrain from driving ur car untill you find what the issue actually is. And your timin could be off just a little but you were sure to line the marks on the crank and cams up correctly yes? Then timing shodnt be the issue.

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i am 95% sure about my timing. i think i am going to bring it to honda
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Re: car is shakeing pls help

if it was your timing your car would sound like a huge ass old school v8 firing off or a harley.
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Re: car is shakeing pls help

Was it shaking while you wear driving or when it was just siting thear?
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Was it shaking while you wear driving or when it was just siting thear?
while it was at idle...........

when you put the belt on the timing belt did you line up the balancer shaft by taking off the bolt perpendicular to it and sticking something long and narrow into the hole. then turn the BS by hand until it goes into the alignment notch

i know its bad explanation but if you did it you would know EXACTLY what i meant lol
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when i was setting there
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while it was at idle...........

when you put the belt on the timing belt did you line up the balancer shaft by taking off the bolt perpendicular to it and sticking something long and narrow into the hole. then turn the BS by hand until it goes into the alignment notch

i know its bad explanation but if you did it you would know EXACTLY what i meant lol
when i chaged the balancer shaft seal. i had to take off the bolt . when i put the belt on i put the notch facing up..
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Re: car is shakeing pls help

If it's the balance shaft wouldn't there been some kinda of shaking right away tho?
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Re: car is shakeing pls help

^^^^ not necessarily... thats kinda what i was trying to explain before but i was on my phone and in a rush....
if it is his balance shaft then when at high idle he may not feel the vibration as badly. Kinda how if you have a wheel weight fall off you have different vibrations at different speeds. Or if you have an off balance flywheel, at low speeds the engine will shake terribly but if at high enough RPMs then the engine wont seem to be off balance at all.
now of course this all depends on how far off balance things are but it could very well be the case. spinning mass can be tricky and spinning mass thats off balance can be even more tricky and problematic.
I dont know much about the balance shaft really at all so i wont pretend i do. But i will guess that it works off the principal of counter weighting the other spinning mass in the engine. So say the crank is flinging one way causing the motor to shift in that direction then the balance shaft will spin in the opposite dirrection to inturn counter act the off balance forces and make them seem non existent.
Im sure you all have witnessed a good running motor but at idle the motor still seems to shake a little this is ever present in say a v-8 or larger inline engines but not so much in 4 cyl. (im going to guess its because the amount of spinning mass). But even though the motor is in perfect condition and balanced correctly it still seems to shake a little. Thsi is due to just low spinning of high mass. But when you idle up to higher RPMs the motor smooths out. This is because the spinning mass as increased in centrifugal energy counteracting itself at a higher rate. The shake and vibration is still there and for ease of explanation it is just to fast to really feel or see.
Now depending how high of balance the offset shaft was put depends on what RPM speeds the shake would be felt. If the shaft was off just a touch then the shake my only be felt at very low RPMs. BUT if its off alot then the shake would be felt at a mush great range of RPMs.
Now with that being said some people have been known to completely remove the shafts belt basically eliminating its use. Bare in mind that the rest of the motor is properly balanced to itself and the balance shaft is mainly creature comfort (it also protects from low RPM vibrations that may over long terms cause un needed ware with parts). And doing this really wont harm anything at all, but thats because the shaft has been eliminated from use completly and now the engine is balanced on itself with now other acting forces other then that of the other internals on the motor.
With that said if your balance shaft is off then you are causing a great deal of forces and vibration the motor was not designed to cope with. The motor was designed to cope with the vibrations from the standard motor parts, and the balance shaft acting against eachother. If your shaft is off then your causing the two (normal internals and shaft) to act in such a manner that it may be creating much great vibrations then the motor can cope with.
Worst case your seals, belts, motor mounts, hoses, and anything else effected by the vibration go bad much more quickly. This is also very likely you will create unnecessary wear on internal bearings and other moving parts that are effects by the forces the shaft is now causing to the motor in a negative way.

you need to go back over your steps and double check things. What is happening with the motor now is obviously something that you did. The motor did not do this before and now it does. It has to be something that you changed. So lets narrow down what could cause this to happen that you could have also had an effect on.
Its not timing because you said it was perfect. what else did you mess with during the install that could cause this... Balance Shaft. (thats my guess without seeing the car)

so think about what the car is doing and what you did to casue it. maybe there was something else thats small that your forgeting to mention. It could even be a vacuum line that came loose. BUT BUT BUT im assuming that its not something small becasue im ASSUMING that you diagnosed this car and went over your steps checking for errors like that before coming on line. Im ASSUMING you are stumped at trying to fix your car because you are here. So im GUESSING at worst case scenario.
There are such a large number of things that can cause this so you need to narrow down all of them one by one based on what you did. Check everything then check it again. and after you checked it again and your ready to come tell us the info check it once more just because. then after your sure it cant be something small like a vacuum line then we can start with the nasty stuff.
but like i said im assuming you did that already so im going after worst case scenarios.

really hope this helps.

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when i chaged the balancer shaft seal. i had to take off the bolt . when i put the belt on i put the notch facing up..
no not that bolt... ill try and find the write up and copy it to you. i have it i just gotta get my copier working right. it has really good pictures and everything

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If it's the balance shaft wouldn't there been some kinda of shaking right away tho?
no yogi... if you have never done a timing belt maybe you shouldnt answer...no offense but there is a specific way to do it

if the shaft is at the wrong position it will cause it... it needs to be aligned correctly....
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no not that bolt... ill try and find the write up and copy it to you. i have it i just gotta get my copier working right. it has really good pictures and everything



no yogi... if you have never done a timing belt maybe you shouldnt answer...no offense but there is a specific way to do it

if the shaft is at the wrong position it will cause it... it needs to be aligned correctly....
I have done quite a few timing belt jobs then only 2 time i can think of wear the BS was not aligned right it was shaking right away that's the reasoned i asked. just seemed funny yo me that it would be fine then shaking but poohbear explained it so i get it now.
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Re: car is shakeing pls help

Maybe you crossed your plug wires bro & firing wrong.
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Or you got the timing belt off one notch on your cam gears.
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thank you every one. i did go over every thing i did befor i asked for help. i'm just at the point that i feel over my head.
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Re: car is shakeing pls help

I'm not that knowledgeable about the balance shaft, but did you follow the directions that were mentioned on that? This is my first 5th Gen I've owned I've had a 2nd and two 3rd Gens. and have done timing belts on all of them and never ran into any problems. But you can very easlily have got the belt off my one tooth on the cam gears.
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Oif your sure your timing isn't off, your wires are good, electrical is all good, vacuum is A okay then u need to do as I said and back track what u did before. I'm really thinking its ur balance shaft if all else is ok like you say.
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forgot to say. last time i started the car. it shaked for a sec then stoped runing. going to take it apart.

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Now its sounding more like ignition and or timing. Are u sure that's 100 % sound?
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no. i'm just hoping i did not mess anything up...
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I dount u seriously messed something up to the point of no return yet. Or your car would be doing a lot more then just shaking or even worse doing nothing at all.
Just need to figure out what whent wrong with the install.
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Re: car is shakeing pls help

My friend had that similar problem on his car. It ended up being his U-joint in his drive shaft.
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My friend had that similar problem on his car. It ended up being his U-joint in his drive shaft.
Its not just a U-joint its called a CV-joint (constant velocity joint). U joints are basically what you find in rear wheel or most 4 wheel applications connecting the the drive shafts to the rest of the drive train. They are very similar but for all intensive purposes there are no driveshafts in a prelude just axles and the the two part design of the joints make them CV-joints. U-joints cannot handle the angles that the front wheel driver cars have. The CV-joint is specifically designed to handle those characteristics.
Although the CV-joint is mainly used in front wheel applications, you will see some 4wheel CV applications when the automobile has 4 wheel independent suspension, much like the audi quatro design. Also you will see these application in largely lifted vehicles where the angle from the transfer case to the drive axles is greater then the standard U joint can handle without vibration, or catastrophic failure. For a more in depth description on the CV-joint read the qoute at the end of this post.

And for that vibration to happen the joints would have to spin IE the axles would have have to spin. And since this is happening at idle while the car is not moving I really dont think its the CV-joints. Also along with that another VERY VERY common indicator of bad CV-joints are a metal on metal clicking.

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Early front wheel drive systems such as those used on the CitroŽn Traction Avant and the front axles of Land Rover and similar four wheel drive vehicles used Hardy-Spicer (universal) joints, where a cross-shaped metal pivot sits between two forked carriers (These are not strictly CV joints as they result in a variation of the transmitted speed except for certain specific configurations). These are simple to make and can be tremendously strong, and are still used to provide a flexible coupling in the propeller shafts, where there is not very much movement. However, they become "notchy" and difficult to turn when operated at extreme angles, and need regular maintenance. They also need more complicated support bearings when used in drive axles, and could only be used in rigid axle designs.

As front wheel drive systems became more popular, with cars such as the Mini using compact transverse engine layouts, the shortcomings of Hardy-Spicer joints in front axles became more and more apparent. Based on a design by Alfred H. Rzeppa which was filed for patent in 1927[1], constant velocity joints solved a lot of these problems. They allowed a smooth transfer of power despite the wide range of angles they were bent in. Driveshafts using CV joints are self-supporting along their length, and do not need additional supports (although very long shafts such as the right-hand driveshaft on the CitroŽn CX or Peugeot 205 have an intermediate bearing that supports the inboard joint).

Two different types of CV joint are used on the driveshafts of modern cars. At the "inboard" end, where the shaft only moves up and down with the movement of the suspension, a "Triax" (also known as "Tripod") joint is used. This joint has a three-pointed yoke attached to the shaft, which has barrel-shaped rollers on the ends. These fit into a cup with three matching grooves, attached to the differential. Since there is only significant movement in one axis, this simple arrangement works well.

At the "outboard" end of the driveshaft a slightly different unit is used. The end of the driveshaft is splined and fits into the outer "joint". It is typically held in place by a circlip. The shaft fits in the center of a large, steel, star-shaped "gear" that nests inside a circular cage. The cage is spherical but with ends open, and it typically has six openings around the perimeter. This cage and gear fit into a grooved cup that has a splined and threaded shaft attached to it. Six large steel balls sit inside the cup grooves and fit into the cage openings, nestled in the grooves of the star gear. The outer shaft on the cup then runs through the wheel bearing and is secured by the axle nut. This joint is extremely flexible and can accommodate the large changes of angle when the front wheels are turned by the steering system.

These joints are very strong, and are usually highly overspecified for a given application. Maintenance is usually limited to checking that the rubber gaiter (dust/weather boot) that covers them is secure and not split. If the gaiter is damaged, the MoS2 (molybdenum disulfide) grease that the joint is packed with will be thrown out. The joint will then pick up dirt, water, and road deicing salt and cause the joint to overheat and wear. The grease can also contaminate the brakes. In worst case, the CV joint may disjoin causing the vehicle to stop moving or lock up, rendering the car incapable of steering. Damaged CV joint gaiters will usually cause a car to fail a vehicle inspection."
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so i had to bring it to honda. they fix it. only cost me 300$. my timeing was off the balancer was off. i went over it befor i went to honda but still was not running good thank you everyone for all the help.
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