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timing issues on a zc

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by joker01, Dec 2, 2010.

  1. joker01

    joker01 Member

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    hey gusy jus need help in timing my zc engine any weh i can get a lil moe info on how 2 go about doing so cuz my car wouldnt start n i think its the timing
     
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    Timing? It wont start? Why? Did you just do some work to it or.......??? You need to give more information and thought into whats going on so someone can try to help
     
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    yeah, is this a new swap or existing swap that quit running? DOHC ZC or SOHC ZC? ignition timing or camshaft timing? what car is this in? is the engine OBD0 or OBD1?
     
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    i found out that my distributor was not good jus bought another one installed but also found out my timing belt was too long so i gotta figure out how to put int the timing belt any help guys?
     
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    Lots of threads. It would take me thirty minutes to write it up. Google and see what helps. Also....you should spend the money for a Helm Manual for your motor. Wise investment.
     
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    if its a dohc zc I don't think there is a manual for it. But the parts for the motor are made up of 2-3 different motors, I think the timing belt is from a 88-91 integra. there is a site i found 10 years ago that has a list of all the different parts..
     
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    k guys got the belt n i now have a prob wit my crankshaft pulley
    i lost the key can this be fixed or am screwed
     
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    yeah go to a auto parts store and you can get a key set of 5 which will have the one you need, there only like 5 bucks..
     
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    been around chkin n no one sells them do u kno the exactname of the set so i cna oder cuz goodle aint helping
     
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    I just go to Advance auto parts and get a key way set.. Or go to AutoZone..
     
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    get the correct one from honda. i've
    personally seen the advance/autozone keys f*** up a crank snout and pulley.
     
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    ^^^ haven't had that problem yet "fingers crossed" but yeah get a honda one if you want to wait a few days. or you might get lucky and they have one in stock..
     
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    i'd rather spend 3 bucks on a key, vs buying a new crank and pulley..
     
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