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Losiracer2 11-18-2008 02:57 AM

ENG: Timing belt DIY VIDEO!
 
UPDATED: 12/24/16 added a new and more up to date video since the old one was taken down

I found this on youtube of all places. Its for a T-Belt change on a 98-02 accord (F23 VTEC) but its basically the same as our F22s. Whats really helpful is it is a video of the DIY, so that may help some people see what's going on in real time, rather than seeing some blurry pictures.


accordaffair 11-18-2008 03:15 AM

How'd I know It'd be from davidsfarm! :p

breeziebabyyy 11-18-2008 09:15 AM

dayum that's a good diy.. where was it when i was replacing mine :lol: thumbs up :tu: saved to my favs!! :evil:

Gettin_faster91 11-18-2008 09:47 AM

Yes! Someone please sticky this!!!!

cp[mike] 11-18-2008 09:51 AM

thats nearly exactly the same procedure on a CB, just things are shaped a little different. awesome video, i know i wouldnt have the patience to carry a camera and narrate the entire job...

Gettin_faster91 11-18-2008 09:53 AM

Thanks for the sticky Mike! :p

cp[mike] 11-18-2008 09:57 AM

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Originally Posted by Gettin_faster91 (Post 1770966)
Thanks for the sticky Mike! :p

np, this is by far better than anything weve had posted on this site about a timing belt yet, DIY-wise at least.

if anybody plans to tackle this job with the help of this video, the only thing i would recommend is to look into the following:

1. a crank pulley holder tool, if you dont have an acetylene torch

2. a real diagram of the timing marks, in any repair manual. this is very important, white paint marks arent accurate enough, learn where the marks are and how to line everything up perfectly.

Losiracer2 11-18-2008 12:41 PM

haha yeah im a loyal subscriber to Davidsfarm. Ever since I saw the cold start the 91 accord or whatever vid it was (he basically let a 91 accord wagon sit for like 9 months and it started right up!). haha that guy's pretty entertaining. But this is JUST what people need to actually see what's going on to get an idea of how to do it, so i figured i'd post.

XcluziveAZN 04-20-2009 01:38 AM

I found DIY timing belt for CB

http://www.hondaaccordforum.com/foru...7&postcount=18


alot of pics

immeraufdemhund 01-07-2010 05:16 PM

I think it's funny that he said it has 2 timing belts. (one to control the oil pump :) ) The big one is timing belt only, the other one is balance shaft belt. The oil pump is driven by the crank shaft. I love it.


oh and as for the comments about the lining up procedure. It's not that bad. and you don't need a service manuel. The cam is easy enough, point the arrow up and line up the two lines with the top of the head. The crank shaft pully has a line.. that lines up with the arrow (it sits at about 11 o'clock)..
the front balance shaft has a mark on both the block and the shaft. line those up. the rear balance shaft is the easiest. Take out the bolt in the back and put a skrew driver in it. it's not a big deal.

crazymikey 01-31-2010 01:47 AM

That's a great video. Dave is awesome,he knows his shit. I met him in person last year when I visited the farm with some friends before I moved to Alberta. One of the coolest guys around :tu:

GeoffM 12-20-2010 04:52 PM

The video doesn't work!

Losiracer2 12-21-2010 04:53 PM

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Originally Posted by GeoffMisiak (Post 2687997)
The video doesn't work!

Oh NO! what happened?! I think his account was deleted by Youtube. CRAP. :thumbsdwn

blazenem 12-27-2010 08:53 PM

davids farm has been "perma Banned" according to "the fat aussie Bastard" :shrug:

blazenem 12-27-2010 09:28 PM

damn i googled this dude and there is alot of ish behind him sucks if its not true and they banned him for nothing...but if it is true may he rot in hell lol...

GeoffM 12-27-2010 09:38 PM

Eric the car guy has a video for it. It includes the water pump and all front seals. Unfortunately it costs money. I'm going to keep looking. If I don't find anything I'll buy it and repost. But it'll have to wait for another 70k miles :evil:

nate'sCB7 12-27-2010 11:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GeoffMisiak (Post 2692974)
Eric the car guy has a video for it. It includes the water pump and all front seals. Unfortunately it costs money. I'm going to keep looking. If I don't find anything I'll buy it and repost. But it'll have to wait for another 70k miles :evil:

We're all holding you to that! :tu:

vietkid_2006 01-05-2011 02:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GeoffMisiak (Post 2692974)
Eric the car guy has a video for it. It includes the water pump and all front seals. Unfortunately it costs money. I'm going to keep looking. If I don't find anything I'll buy it and repost. But it'll have to wait for another 70k miles :evil:

Quote:

Originally Posted by nate'sCB7 (Post 2693021)
We're all holding you to that! :tu:

I've have the video it's worth the 9.99 and it's an hour and half long video with loads of great shots and high quality footage and shows different ways of doing it.

I'm a supporter of his videos so 9.99 was worth the buy...

GeoffM 02-07-2011 04:02 PM

No ETCG vids yet. I'm trying to get my cousin to buy one...

Anyway, copycats have popped up on facebook.
Here's a 3 part series. Haven't watched all 3, and it's not our exact car.



GeoffM 02-07-2011 11:41 PM

Great News!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Thanks to vietkid_2006, I now have the Eric the Car guy video!!!!!!!!!!!!!
PM me for details on how to download it.
It's about 90 minutes long. The donor car is a 97 Accord.


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