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Old 05-30-2007, 02:48 PM
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can anyone do a layout for the timing belt on a GSR motor.
i want to be sure and i also have an issue with it not being tight enough its an obvious that its too loose and i cat get it tighter at all

i lack in the patience department so someone with a diagram and an easy fix would be great
 
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Old 05-30-2007, 07:58 PM
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search for the online HELMS manual pdf for your model year integra (engine).

it will have the timing belt diagram in it in great detail.

as for the tension. you can't overtighten it because Honda B series engines have timing belt tensioners and tensioner springs that take the guess work out of tensioning the belt.

if you download the HELMS manual PDF (for free, I might add) it'll show you the proper sequence to put the belt on properly.
 
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Old 05-30-2007, 10:17 PM
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its on now, its jus figureing it out how to get it situated correctly and takeing the rest of the slack out correctly and making it run perfect and not jumping timing or anything.
 
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Old 05-31-2007, 06:36 AM
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Here you go

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well i tried to do it how that said and the cam gears arent goin to stay put and im getting fustrated again, there an easier way to do this by yourself?
 
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ORIGINAL: MY99SI

the cam gears arent goin to stay put

4th pic, left hand page, big circle.
with cylinder 1 at TDC there are holes in the cams that line up with the cam covers. stick a screwdriver or a punch in there (one in each cam) and that will keep them in place
 
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ok i did that and got the belt on there and the tension is out alot more than what it was, but the thing im worried baout now is the exhaust cam gear, its not matching up right.
 
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you may of worn out the tentioner spring and its not keeping tention on the belt.
 
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its fixed now its on and hopefully it'll start tomorrow. i have to put on a few new injector clips then hopefully it'll start tomorrow

ive been fighting with this car for13 months thats the last time i drove it
 
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