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Just finished Timing Belt job. Lost/Forgotten Parts:

Hey guys, I just finished my first timing belt/tensioner job. Here are the left over parts. LOL.

It's bad that I have anything left over, but after 10 bloody knuckles and 4 days of time (1 day breaking the crankshaft loose) I am satisfied.




The 10mm with the 2 inch spacer built into it is for the upper timing cover, but the threads inside were stripped.

The little "U" hose scares me, I noticed it on the ground after I was finished. It has some sponge in it, so it makes me feel that it is some sort of breather hose. but im not sure. Are you?

Others just look like body panel connectors.
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Re: Just finished Timing Belt job. Lost/Forgotten Parts:

The big bracket bolts the head to the motor mount, and those gold bolts hold it on.

U-shaped rubber pretty sure goes on the bottom of the water pump.

Those 2 long skinny screws look like wood screws There's no place for deck screws on a car hahahah. They were prolly already on your garage floor before the t-belt job.

Plastic clips hold splash guards to the chassis/wheel well/under carriage. Same goes for the short, fat, black bolt on the bottom.



The last 3 remaining misc bolts..... if I had a penny for every one of them I accidentally left off my car, I'd be rich
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Re: Just finished Timing Belt job. Lost/Forgotten Parts:

that was extremely helpful thanks! it is not part of the water pump though. I took a look at my old one and there is no place it would fit on. It was under the dead center of the motor under the car. but I cam see to find out where! Idk:/ i hope its not a vacuumed piece.
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Re: Just finished Timing Belt job. Lost/Forgotten Parts:

How did you end up breaking the crank shaft loose?
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Re: Just finished Timing Belt job. Lost/Forgotten Parts:

when looking inside the engine bay. you will see where it says H22***. There is a rubber tap right there you can pull out. DONT LOSE IT. I stuck a strong screw driver in there and that locked up the flywheel. Then I just used a breaker bar and loosened it up. I kinda screwed myself and I am waiting for my roommates to get home since my car has no oil in it. I havent found a way to tighten the crankshaft since the screw driver trick doesnt work for tightening it. (the screw driver wont lock onto anything).
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How did you end up breaking the crank shaft loose?


Damn Crankshaft pulley..

crankshaft pulley

Crank pulley tool will save you days of headaches and frustration.
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Ummm. Take pics of the job so you know what goes where... We all have cameraphones by now.
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Re: Just finished Timing Belt job. Lost/Forgotten Parts:

Old timers trick: put bolts, brackets, screws, etc in plastic baggies and lable them with a sharpie. Ive had that happen SO many times lol. But its great that people can just look and tell lmao i wish i was that good!
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Re: Just finished Timing Belt job. Lost/Forgotten Parts:

I always bag and tag bolts and brackets, even if I'm putting everything back together right away.
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Re: Just finished Timing Belt job. Lost/Forgotten Parts:

My friend helped me put my stg3 clutch and flywheel on and when everything was back together i found a bolt on the floor, asked him what it went to and he said "ohh.. That goes on the throw bearing". I almost cried lol, but he was just joking with me. Went to a pointless bracket on the head i took off. He got me good too, i was abouy to take it to a shop ( ive NEVER takin it to a shop b4 and dont plan on it lmao!) except machine shops :p
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Basically, the only things you really need to worry about are the bracket (which you are missing the top bolt for), the vent tube for the headlight and the timing cover bolt, but since it's stripped, don't worry about it.

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I wouldn't be too worried about the bracket, the headbolts do a pretty good job of holding the head down. Just think of it as weight reduction :)
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Take pictures as you disassemble and group parts together.
At this rate if you continue working on your car you may be able to build another motor!
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I never thought about taking pictutes grouping stuff together, great idea for when i swap my motor soon! Thanks Qluder
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bahahahah the wood screws go in your tire!!!


The only time i didn't forget bolts is when i created a paper diagram for every bolt i removed while swapping trannys. I was so proud, the unfortunate part was when i finished the install, i had drank to many beers to keep warm i couldnt test drive the car lolol
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Ummm. Take pics of the job so you know what goes where... We all have cameraphones by now.
Everyone has a camera/smartphones; yes.
But me personally find it too much of a PITA to clean my hands after I take off every bolt since I don't wanna get my Droid greasy.

Plus I'd say my memory is pretty damn good, considering I can still remember where bolts go on a car I haven't had for like 4 years


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The only time i didn't forget bolts is when i created a paper diagram for every bolt i removed while swapping trannys. I was so proud, the unfortunate part was when i finished the install, i had drank to many beers to keep warm i couldnt test drive the car lolol
That's not unfortunate! I'd be fukin proud if I were drinking while working on the car and not have any extra bolts!!
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The last time i drank i removing my whole front end... Lets just say i had to return the following after 5 hours of pounding headache. Never lost anything tho! Lol
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when looking inside the engine bay. you will see where it says H22***. There is a rubber tap right there you can pull out. DONT LOSE IT. I stuck a strong screw driver in there and that locked up the flywheel. Then I just used a breaker bar and loosened it up. I kinda screwed myself and I am waiting for my roommates to get home since my car has no oil in it. I havent found a way to tighten the crankshaft since the screw driver trick doesnt work for tightening it. (the screw driver wont lock onto anything).
so THATS what thats for. I never noticed it before, thought it was plastic and supposed to hold something like a hose. Didn't think I needed it, pulled it out and thought WTF? and thought it was for checking clutch wear till now.
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Plus I'd say my memory is pretty damn good, considering I can still remember where bolts go on a car I haven't had for like 4 years
haha i literally say that every single time
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so THATS what thats for. I never noticed it before, thought it was plastic and supposed to hold something like a hose. Didn't think I needed it, pulled it out and thought WTF? and thought it was for checking clutch wear till now.
Its intended purpose is actually to use a timing light.

The way to break the crank bolt loose as per the Honda FSM is to use the crank pulley removal tool with a breaker bar propped against the ground to prevent it from spinning. I also used another breaker bar with a cheater pipe and an impact socket (for durability).
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Its intended purpose is actually to use a timing light.

The way to break the crank bolt loose as per the Honda FSM is to use the crank pulley removal tool with a breaker bar propped against the ground to prevent it from spinning. I also used another breaker bar with a cheater pipe and an impact socket (for durability).
while in a 8'x13' storage unit.
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while in a 8'x13' storage unit.
It was 10'x13'

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