1987 Honda Civic timming
My 1987 Honda Civic just died while I was driving. I
realized my camshaft was not turning but my
crankshaft was. So I tightened the bolt on the
camshaft and it still won't start.
And I'll bet the engine turns really fast when you try to start it. Your timing belt broke.
I just changed my timing belt and still the same thing.
If the crankshaft turns and the camshaft doesn't, it's the timing belt or something that wasn't done properly when the belt was installed.
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