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Old 21 Oct 2006, 08:32 am
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Default 1989 Honda Accord Timing Belt Change issue

Here is the background....

1989 Honda Accord, 2.0 FI SOHC 5 speed, 205K miles.

Timing belt went out while taking off from a red light.

Got the belt changed out; the marks lined up perfectly (so I think)

The Problem:

Car will start and run for about 10 seconds at 3000 RPM and then shut down.
It will do this EVERY time I fire up the car. The engine seems to sound

Did I miss something in the change??? Here are some thoughts.

- Belt one tooth off
- never touched the balance shaft (never found any data to tell me to)
- wicked vacuum leak

Any help is appreciated


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