How Tohow to change timing belt in a Vtec honda accord Davidsfarmison[bliptv]now jr69 6 years ago 25 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article how to change timing belt in a Vtec honda accord Davidsfarmison[bliptv]now Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Related Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts how to change timing belt in 2 0 gas jetta Davidsfarmison[bliptv]now jr69 November 16, 2012 BMW Oil Change (E46) MillerTimeBMW – DIY 12 jr69 December 22, 2012 Amazon Affiliates Programs-How to Generate Leads To Your amazon affiliate Links jr69 October 19, 2013 Part-2 VW Jetta tdi timing belt replacement, 1.9 Turbo diesel jr69 December 22, 2012 Easy Solutions to Fixing Mercedes Benz Electrical Problems by Kent Bergsma jr69 July 27, 2014 Weight Loss Exercise Program Week 5 jr69 December 7, 2012 About The Author Jarev More from this Author 25 Comments josey spence November 7, 2012 this is why i will never buy another honda they cram everything in there no room to work. rob0rat November 7, 2012 Haven’t done a Honda yet, but is there a procedure for setting the tension? Sometimes on other makes the procedure will be to rotate the crank twice to even out the tension between each sprocket before tightening the tensioner. smasila November 7, 2012 Amazing vid mccombssshantayg November 7, 2012 Try not to fall for the insurance companies tricks – end overpaying right now! Within a few moments, you could compare prices from all significant insurance provider, and choose the one which fits your budget. Visit our 100% no cost website immediately to learn about how! FreeAutoInsuranceSecrets.ｃom rhykko77 November 7, 2012 Great video , ,how many km were on the odometer when you did this job ? and what year of honda ? thanks lutalutamedia November 7, 2012 Great video! Nick Pettersson November 7, 2012 6:26 URRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGH!!!!!!! Horribous November 7, 2012 Does heating the bolt affect the crank seal? Roger3362 November 7, 2012 THANK YOU bluedistortions November 8, 2012 it works fine. know why? BECAUSE it’s 8000 degrees. it heats the bolt up so quickly it transfers only a moderate amount of heat to anything else. you’re done in 30-60 seconds. you’d have a problem if you use a LOW temperature heat source, like propane. also, what do you do if your 1200lb/ft impact can’t get it out, and your 6 foot breaker bar just keeps breaking extensions and sockets? you can’t do anything with your tears. but a torch works fine. buy a new bolt and seal if ya want. bluedistortions November 8, 2012 i’m going to tell you something about honda crankshaft bolts, in case you weren’t aware. i used a 900lb/ft impact wrench on this very model. guess what it did? nothing. so i pulled out the 6 foot breaker bar (and crankshaft holding tool). guess what that did? popped extensions like candy. nothing. i had no choice but to take this advice, and it worked like a charm. buy a new bolt if it makes you feel better. honda crankshaft bolts are like no other, because theyr’e counter clockwise. bluedistortions November 8, 2012 further, dude’s point was completely valid. i have a ford escort. guess what? they have the same compression ratio as a honda and a belt. and no danger of harming the engine should a belt break, because they cut slots in the piston. boom. problem solved. and chains are better because they’d never go out of time in less than 100,000 miles, which a belt is lucky to last that long. so chains are like belts that don’t pop, they just have minor timing issues rather than complete failure. bluedistortions November 8, 2012 yeah, i know right? whatever big shot at a car company that calls for a belt in an interference engine set-up should be shot. they’re ruining thousands upon thousands of engines, and they know it. bluedistortions November 8, 2012 although you may be correct about the timing chains, metal can definitely stretch. it’s used in countless manufacturing processes. stephjax93 November 8, 2012 Nice video. Creepy laugh at the end lol Joseph Murphy November 8, 2012 I agree. It is the only way to know that the work you did is at least good enough to not have a valve go throught a piston. I have seen guys get lazy and use the starter motor. That is less then brilliant. If the valve kisses a piston you will bend the valve and maybe hole the piston as well. So always crank it by hand with the plugs removed. One removes the plugs so the compression doesn’t effect what you are feeling while you turn it. Joseph Murphy November 8, 2012 Actually it really is brilliant. Before a chain was used. The links in the chain wore and the chain got longer. Some say it streached but metal does not streatch it wears. So as the chain wore the timing would go further and further out of specks. Now with belts they are in specks up until they break. If they are replaced properly they never go out of time. The concept of the Glimer Belt has been round a long tine. They run everything from Printers to Harley final drives. Joseph Murphy November 8, 2012 I live where it gets to 40 below and I never use heat, well some times on screws that hold on the disks. But nothing else. And I also just replaced the timing belt on my Odyssey. No problems no woories. Just don’t believe everything that you see on UTube. And that includes what I write. Check it out for yourself. Ask a dealer mecahnic if heating the crank bolt is a good idea. When I want to get information from a dealer mechanis I usually showup with a 12pack or a case of ale or beer. Joseph Murphy November 8, 2012 Well I thought it was clear that we call them Primitive Petes. I said “used to” Because at around the age of 25 I got tired of getting dirty and no longer made my living from wrenching on cars. The temp from that tourch is around 8000 degrees F. If you look closely at the device he is applying heat to it has a rubber layer between the inside and outside. If the heat melts either of those layers the outer ring will walk around the inner and the balance of the rotating assembly will be shoot. studentmechanic25 November 8, 2012 wow what a great video 1superspeedfreak1 November 8, 2012 if you live where there is snow on the ground you will have to use heat from time to time.There is a name for poeple like sanity599 but i won’t stoop to that level.but i will bet he dosen’t live above the mason dixion line. Joseph Murphy November 8, 2012 We used to have a name for guys like this. We called them primitive Petes. Never apply heat to a crank bolt. Notice how there is a 50 mm five sided opening in the area he is stupidly applying heat. That is where the tool goes to hold the crankshaft still while you apply torque to the bolt. I just did my Odyssey with an air impact and the correct tools. It came off no problem. If you apply heat you damage the dampener and the engine literally destroys itself from vibration. What an idiot. ZekeComa November 8, 2012 He didn’t replace the seals on many locations, water pump, auto tensioner, etc. 123beta 123beta November 8, 2012 this guy is a Genesis kingcobra439 November 8, 2012 soon he will be replacing the water pump too. he forgot the water pump..