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Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by hondaplayer, Oct 16, 2006.

  1. hondaplayer

    hondaplayer Junior Member

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    can anyone tell me if i can use the timing belt of the d16y8 in a d16z6
     
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    civicious FüK-VTEC VIP

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    I don't believe so...why does it matter? Just buy the correct timing belt for your car, and eliminate any doubt.
     
  3. bigharp_civic

    bigharp_civic New Member

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    u should be able to use it they r basically the same size i think, cause a z6 will work for a z6block and y8 head so it should work
     
  4. bistec

    bistec Project EH23

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    Smoking engine , Need help

    Hi , I'm sorry if i'm in the wrong place , i'm new and really confused. I just got a 93 Honda del sol si with i guess a d16z6 vtec engine ( not really sure now that some person are saying that the 93 Sol SI didn't come with it - still the stock engne in the car ), so i got that del sol and 2 days ago i got smoke in the down side of the engine bay. Someone told me that since i usually have 2 to 3 drop of oil on the ground where i usually park that might be the cause (oil dropping on hot exhaust ). The problem is that any time i get in that car i'm scare that something bad will happened or it might not be safe to drive it. Any idea? . Please help. What should i do or look for. I hope i can post some pics. I love my car but due to that problem i'm not really enjoying it. Thank you.
     

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    olddude Junior Member

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    I would check the oil pressure sender first , they are known to leak after time.They are also cheap ($10) . Usually under the intake manifold .
     
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    bistec Project EH23

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    I have changed the valve cover gasket and it still smelling . so i'll go ahead and change the oil pressure sender and let you know. Thanks for the help.
     
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