Pt. 2 of 2: Timing Belt Service 7th Gen Honda Civic
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Part 2: This is a fully detailed timing belt service for a 2001-2005 Honda
Civic 7th generation vehicle. We replace the timing belt, a/c and
alternator belt, power steering pump belt, water pump, auto tensioner, and
crank shaft seal. This is a step by step procedure to do this service
successfully with a bit of time and patience. Be sure to subscribe. Thanks!
PART 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUjHS_gmmMQ
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How to Replace a Honda Prelude Timing Belt - Heavily Condensed Video
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detailing the procedure. Please see our channel to view this procedure in
http://www.preludedriver.com is proud to offer an easy to follow video
detailing how to replace the timing belt in a 1991 Honda Prelude. The
procedure used can be easily adapted for use on other Preludes, other
Hondas such as Accords and Civics, or on many other cars. Details on how to
replace the water pump, timing belt tensioner and cam oil seals are also
covered. Setting the ignition timing, flushing the radiator and timing belt
tension adjustment is discussed. This video is provided by
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timing belt walking and settling h22a4
I installed the timing belt and adjusted the kaizenspeed auto tensioner so
that the belt has the appropriate tensioner but when I turn the crank it
seems to walk a little off the intake cam and settle hanging off the edge
of the cam ~1mm. What could be causing this?
i was able to fix this problem. what happened for me was i had to redo all
my work. if you are using the kaizenspeed tensioner, it can be too tight or
too loose which will cause the timing belt to walk. at first i thought it
was one of the bolts that held the auto tensioner assembly was bent, most
likely the one that holds the water pump in the block. i would try redoing
your work and putting on the balance shaft belt. check the tension for both
belts and see if it continues to walk.
2000 Prelude stock vtec automatic
Completely stock. (save for the remote start)
This video was taken right after major maintenance.
All work was done at the local Honda dealer. :|
* New belts, timing, water pump, tensioner
* Synthetic oil change
* Transmission leak fix.
* Transmission flush
* New OEM air filter
* New CV boot
How To Change A Timing Belt In Your Car
Emmy Award Winning mechanic Scotty Kilmer shares his 46 years of repair
experience in his video illustrating how to replace an engine timing belt.
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Worst Subaru Timing Belt Video Ever (Part 1) -EricTheCarGuy
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It's true that in some ways this is the worst Subaru timing belt
replacement video ever. The main reason is because of the lack of footage.
This was my first attempt at using the GoPro as a POV camera while I
worked. The hands free part was great, the camera intermittently cutting
out sucked. I didn't realize that I had lost footage until after I started
to edit. Once I saw that I was missing come key scenes I became pretty
depressed about it. Especially since I had already sold the Subaru and it
was long gone, so reshooting was not an option. I did the best I could to
pick up the pieces with the voice over. I think it turned out OK. The GoPro
is a great camera when it works. In the future I'll be doing things
differently. For now, if you really need a good Subaru timing belt
replacement video, check this one out from BriansMobile1. He has a few
others as well, including one on the DOHC model.
BriansMobile1 Subaru Timing Belt Video:
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How to check for a jumped timing chain or belt
This video can be used to support Section 1 pages 17-23 in my ebook.
The method of timing verification shown in this video can be used on any
car. Even on old school, non-computer controlled systems. I am also showing
in this video how to properly align the timing chains on a 2003 Suzuki
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