Honda civic timimg belt replacement single OHV v-tec
From what I remember:
17mm- impact gun (wheels, harmonic balancer, engine mounts)
12 and 14mm wrench and 3/8th drive
10mm- 1/4 drive (timing cover) start from the top
valve cover gasket, SPARK PLUG TUBES!! Water pump is a must. timing belt
oh yea silicone
This is the same way you time every engine manufacturers markings!
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Honda Civic cylinder head removal...How to!
Basic overview of cylinder head removal on a 2000 Honda Civic with D16Y8,
How to remove engine head for head gasket replacement! All the steps are
basically the same for 1988-2000 civics with D series motors. Check out my
channel for the prep and installation of the head gasket!
How to Remove Stubborn Toyota 20R - 22R - 22RE Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 1979 - 1995
A long (but detailed) video on the tips and tricks I've learned over the
years on how to remove stubborn crankshaft pulley bolts on Toyota 22R
series engines. (22R 22RE 22RET)
By far, the best way would be to have the SST (shop specific tool) that
Toyota recommends, but not many folks (me included) has one of those in
their garage. This is a video of some of the tips and tricks that I've
learned over the years on getting this sometimes EXTREMELY stubborn bolt to
The most common reason that you need to be able to get this bolt out is so
that you can access the front main seal on the front end of the crankshaft.
Most older Toyotas develope an oil leak through the seal. Oil works past
the worn-out seal and then gets flung around the front of the engine and
engine bay by the crankshaft pulleys. It's really a pretty easy fix for a
very messy problem...if you can get the crankshaft pulley bolt off in order
to access the seal.
How To Solve Honda Idle Problems - EricTheCarGuy
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Before posting questions about Honda idle problems please read this:
The viewers have chosen and this weeks video will be about solving Honda
idle problems. I'm really not surprised as I get a lot of questions and
requests about this very subject. Here are the links I promised in the
video that will help you address specific issues mentioned in the video.
How To Bleed a Cooling System
How to Check for Vacuum Leaks
Reading Check Engine Light Codes
Diagnosing an Overheat
Hopefully when your done checking all that stuff out you will have solved
your Honda's idle problem, if not leave a comment or send me a message and
I'll see what I can do just make sure you have tried all the stuff in the
videos first as that saves me from typing so much.
I also want to add my "Idle Speech" into the mix here:
There are a lot of things that can contribute to an idle issue, in fact in
the end it may still be there to some degree because of the nature of that
engine however here are some things to start with.
First start with a good tune up, use NGK or Nippon Denso plugs, don't
change the wires if they are OE, if they aren't OE you might consider NGK
wires as they are very good and less expensive then OE. A quality cap and
rotor should be good. A new air filter also helps.
Don't change the PCV valve, if you see an aftermarket PCV valve in there
put a Honda in, believe it or not I've seen idle issues caused by
aftermarket PCV valves, the OE's last just about forever so you can easily
justify the expense.
Next a good valve adjustment, this goes a long way to smooth out the idle
if done correctly, mess it up and things can get a lot worse though.
While you have the valve cover off check the timing belt tension, if you
feel a lot of slack this can cause the cam to 'chunk' as it spins causing a
rough idle. If you think the belt has been on there for some time then
you might consider changing it and resetting the tension properly, if it's
not ready for replacement you can reset the tension to take up the slack.
DO NOT adjust the idle screw under any circumstances, it is set at the
factory and that is the reason it was sealed in the first place. If you
find that the seal has been broken and you have a low idle and you have
done all of the above then you might turn the screw out a little to see if
that helps the idle but only enough to try and bring it back to where it
was before it was adjusted in the first place.
Last clean the screen in the Idle Air Control valve, this can get clogged
up with carbon over time and cause the flow through it to be restricted
which can cause idle issues.
If you still have a 'rough' idle after all of this THEN look to the engine
mounts as you want to be sure the engine is running correctly before you go
for those as the one in the back is a real pain to replace.
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Timing Belt - the Forgotten Belt (by Dayco)
Timing Belt - the Forgotten Belt. This video stresses the importance of
checking and following the manufacturers recommended replacement interval
for the timing belt. Along with recommendations to replace the "hardware"
associated with the Timing Belt (Tensioner, Water Pump, and Idler Pulleys)
at the same time the Timing Belt is being replaced. To find out more
information on our Timing Belt, Timing Belt Kit, Water Pump Kit, and Timing
Component Kit, visit www.daycoproducts.com
1992 Honda Accord Timing Belt/Water Pump Replacement Highlights
Some of the steps taken to replace a timing belt and water pump on a 1992
Honda Accord. This isn't a step by step procedure, but the video shows
most of the steps involved to do this job. Refer to the service manual for
all of the steps, and follow all proper safety precautions!
1994 Honda Civic Part 1: Valve Cover Gasket Repair
Click the above link to find an Intake Manifold Gasket for your vehicle.
Step-By-Step Instructions on How to Replace the Valve Gasket and prevent an
oil leak on a 1994 Honda Civic 4cyl.
How to Remove the Crank Shaft Pulley Bolt on a Honda Accord
I broke my 180lb torque wrench trying to get this off!! Here is how we got
it off. As you see in the video we put a 6 foot pipe (from our car jack)
on the end on our breaker bar. I bent that thing down to the FLOOR almost
six times until we got that bolt off! I heated the bolt with a blow torch
in between my attempts. Upon inspection it looks like the idiot that I
bought the car from was super anal and put Lock Tight on the bolt!!!
1994 Honda Civic Part 2: Tune up
Click the above link to find the tune up package for your vehicle. In this
video we'll help you replace some old wires, spark plug wires, spark plugs,
Distributor cap, and rotor in order to tune up your vehicle.
Part 1 Here: http://youtu.be/wzKlk0Ck6jY