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Thread: Timing A 1993 Honda Accord

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    Default Timing A 1993 Honda Accord

    I checked the crank and cam shaft. They're good.
    I ran the timing light on it. And Its completely way off.
    It sounds a little over accelerated.
    I need a little advice.

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    If you have a timing light, you can set the timing.

    Short service check connector (blue 2-wire connector) under the glove box. It may be installed in a "holder". Pinch and release. Short w/ a jumper wire between connections.

    Connect timing light, start engine, and aim light at the timing marks (remove a rubber grommet near the starter on the bell housing). Loosen and adjust distributor to align white mark w/ pointer (15 BTDC).

    If you don't have a timing light set the distributor about midrange on the adjustment slot. That should be close enough to allow the ignition timing to be correctly timed by ECU.

    good luck
    1994 Accord EX
    1997 Acura 2.5 TL
    2007 Accord SE
    2001 Toyota Celica
    1999 Subaru Forester

    See you down the ROW!

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    I did that. Maybe if I had a diagram for the distributor. So I knew How to set it.
    Thanx

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    Not sure I understand your problem.

    You move the distributor and align white mark (illuminated and frozen by strobe light) on the rotating flywheel w/ the fixed pointer. If you did that correctly, the distributor is aligned, assuming you re-tightened the bolts afterwards. Don't forget to remove the jumper from the service check connector.

    good luck
    1994 Accord EX
    1997 Acura 2.5 TL
    2007 Accord SE
    2001 Toyota Celica
    1999 Subaru Forester

    See you down the ROW!

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