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Old 03-31-2008, 05:25 PM
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timing belt help?

Does anyone have a step by step on doin a timing belt for a 96 2.3 Lude cant find one
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its a major PITA i'll tell ya that much

if i feel like being nice when i get back from my advisor meeting, i'll do a write-up
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Awesome that would be greatly appreciated 211,000 mjile will need it lol. I alo thought the clutch would be a pita but it really was to bad. Also should I go ahead and just change my water pump Im guessin you have to take it out when you do this anyways.
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just because i'm so nice, here's your write-up
http://downloads.hondatech.info/Auto...e%20Manual.zip


Some tips:
If you dont have a big air compressor, aka greater than 180psi, you will NEED to go to Home Depot and buy a 6' steel pipe, 1" inner diameter, to fit around the 1/2" drive breaker bar to use as a cheater bar. You will need this for the motor mount, and the crank pulley bolt.
Speaking of the crank pulley, you will NEED the crank pulley tool to hold the crank pulley/engine still while your getting the crank bolt out. This is the tool:
http://www.amazon.com/Alltrade-64879.../dp/B0000TMLWQ

Your gonna need 1 1/2" drive breaker bar to use with the crank pulley tool, then you will also need a 1/2" drive breaker bar or ratchet with an 18" extension and 19mm socket to clear the fender. Then put the 6' pipe over the breaker bar, and break that sum'bish loose, cuz its torqued to 186ft-lbs.

After that, just follow the manual STEP BY STEP!! If you dont tension the timing belt correctly, you WILL destroy your head if it skips some teeth.

And yes, it is recommended that you change the timing belt, balancer belt, tensioners, and water pump. If you feel REALLY ballsy, you can also change the oil pump which is right under all the timing belt components.

BTW, on a scale of 1-10, I'd prolly rate this a 6.5-7. Its NOT for a beginner!!!
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Awesome man thanx so much Ill let you know how it goes.
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Yeah I had to do my own 3GP TB on my own with just a few random posts and such, but i got the job done in about a week time. now its just a matter of the dist and coil, and then should be golden from there. And the harmonic pulley bolt is NOT an easy job.
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let just say that crank bolt is a biiiiiiiiiiiiaaaaaaaaatch. i used a compressor with around 180psi and a impact wrench rated around 700lbs and it didnt want to come off without a fight.
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I hope torquing it back on with a 12inch bar and as hard as i could by arm is enough, since they were so hard to get off.

I dont want to use the impact putting it just so i dont mess up the oil pump, any seals, or something internal.
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I hope torquing it back on with a 12inch bar and as hard as i could by arm is enough, since they were so hard to get off.

I dont want to use the impact putting it just so i dont mess up the oil pump, any seals, or something internal.

i would jump on the end of the breaker bar just for good measure, cuz even tho if the crank pulley does come off, its not that big of a deal to temporarily loose PS, alt, and AC, but there's also a possibility of the internal threads on the crank of gettin FUBAR'd, and if that does indeed happen, you'll need a new crank if you can't tap new threads.
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well then dually noted. Cause the only time i want to have to f*** with the crank is if i ever spin the #3 or 4 bearing.

So will do...somehow. lol did it all in car.
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ok so heres a ? is htere a way to inspect the timing belt if so if it is good even though my car has 211,00o miles should i relace it
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the timing belt is prolly THE most critical part of your engine, and if it breaks you can kiss your entire engine goodbye. i would know, i just went through that last month.

if you have everything torn apart anyway, why WOULDN'T you spend the $40 on a new t-belt??
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40 bucks I wish I just bought one for 80 but that came with the tensioner n the balancer. Once I get the water pump n the oil pump ill be ready to go. a freind is helpin me do it and hes chargin me 500 think its worth it. cause the valves are real noisy so theyll have to be adjusted
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yea thats a pretty good deal if your doing water pump and oil pump too.

def adjust your valves once your done w/ the t-belt job!
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to be honest i dont think anyone really gives a damn as to wether the timing belt is in good nick..if its time to change it then change it..dont take risks with the timing belt..
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make sure you change everything, including the bolts! honda recommends it and i know first hand with my old h23 that it will throw the belt off the teeth if you don't :(
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to be honest i dont think anyone really gives a damn as to wether the timing belt is in good nick..if its time to change it then change it..dont take risks with the timing belt..

why you telling this to me?

he was the one who was thinking of reusing it but i asked why would he gamble his engine on a $40 belt.
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why you telling this to me?

he was the one who was thinking of reusing it but i asked why would he gamble his engine on a $40 belt.
ehh??? now im confused.. i was telling the dude that started the thread??

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to be honest i dont think anyone really gives a damn as to wether the timing belt is in good nick..if its time to change it then change it..dont take risks with the timing belt..


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ohhhhhhh.......lmao you had me confused then....we say good nick (meaning 'good condition') i know your name is Nick but i would have used a capital letter if i was going to use your proper name..never mind eh....chit happens
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Stop fighting you to or i'm taking away your preludes for a week. lmao So really change the bolts thats interesting i've never heard of that just a ? why do they just get loose after you've worked on it and then kaplooee. sounds like a batman movie kapow. lol
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