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Old 20 Aug 2009, 08:40 pm
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Exclamation 1996 Accord LX F22B2 with cranking and NO starting...


Here's the issue...

I was doing about 75mph on the way to work and car suddenly died.... no loud sounds.... just the extra smell of gas and no acceleration....

I pulled over and examined things pretty quickly. I took off the oil cap and saw that my cam wasn't turning... broken/slipped timing belt was the problem.

I had the car towed home and ended up pulling everything apart. Timing belt was about 20 teeth short. (just a nice flat belt where they used to be)

I have a buddy at Snap On that let me use any tool that I need. Even got the crankshaft pulley removal tool and an EZ-Red 3 foot ratchet to get the pulley bolt off.... worked like a charm.

I have replaced the belt with all the right marks (from what I know) lined up and attempted to start it.... just cranking... not kicking over though.

I have the following:
Spark at all 4 Cylinders
TDC on Cankcase/Crankshaft
TDC on Camshaft
Put a bolt in the "service" hole of the rear balancer shaft
Have pulled the spark plugs and lt them ignite the gas in the chamber (in case it was flooded)
Checked main relay and hear all the right clicks
Jumped the service wires to see if it would throw a code... nothing

I have tried to do a compression test... since it is an interference engine... I may have bent a couple valves... especially at 75-80mph.... I can't seem to get it to read right.... says no compression.... but I can feel the pressure in and out of the cylinder when I cover them with my hands...

I have heard MAP sensors.... I have heard the CYP sensors.... I have heard distributor, etc, etc....

Everything is showing that the timing is correct....

what the hell could the problem be?

I am a car audio and video specialist.... not a mechanic...

If you can help.... let me know...

Either post back here... or call 702-771-8310
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Old 26 Aug 2009, 04:25 pm
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Default Re: 1996 Accord LX F22B2 with cranking and NO starting...

Is there no one out there that has had this problem?
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Old 24 Dec 2009, 06:27 pm
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Default Re: 1996 Accord LX F22B2 with cranking and NO starting...

man i have a older accord died a few weeks ago same thing i think mine is the crank position sensor still havnt found out yet tho but if it goes out it wont tell the motor when its at top dead center to fire the injectors.... hope it helps
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