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Old 15 Jul 2008, 12:46 am
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Default where is the honda 99 crv timing mark?

i have a 1999 honda CRV help on timing belt adjustment and valve
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Old 15 Jul 2008, 01:01 am
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the timing mark on the crankshaft is with the #1 cylinder on TDCthe timing belt pulley on the crankshaft should have the keyway for the pully at 12:00. there is a groove in the pully at roughly 11:00 that should point to a pointer when the crankshaft is at TDCthe timing marks for the two camshafts are on the 4 spokes of each pully.at TDC the pulleys should look like the "plus" signs + +the upper spoke of each pulley will have an up indicator ^the horizontal spokes will need to line up with the horizontal pointers in between and on the outside of the two camshaft pulleys -o-o- hope that helps
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