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Old 22 Aug 2007, 03:36 pm
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Default How do I set the timing on a '96 Prelude?

I took the head to get worked on. I know that the crankshaft pulley has to be at 12:00. Are there marks on the distributor cap to make sure it's not 180 degrees off? When putting the camshafts back on the head, is just making sure the "Up" marks up, good enough? What's the firing order? Is it important? Do I have to make sure No. 1 piston is at TDC on the compression stroke?
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Old 22 Aug 2007, 03:40 pm
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