1994 honda crv jump timimg

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imthemomx6
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1994 honda crv jump timimg

Unread post by imthemomx6 » Fri Jul 18, 2014 8:47 pm

My 1994 Crv motor jumped timing and on inspection it turned out the distributer?(black electrically box behind the timing belt.area) was melted so I replaced it and it was running grea t for 1day drove about 200miles and it jumps timing again won't start at all again what could be causing this to happen I. Have heard I could bend a valve or piston when it jumps time I Need this car for work can't ruin the motor also is there a way. To get the trouble codes without a code scanner

 

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Re: 1994 honda crv jump timimg

Unread post by carriedi » Fri Jul 18, 2014 11:00 pm

what do you mean jumped time? are you saying you take the timing cover off and line up the timing belt marks and they no longer line up? and what did your distributor look like? How did it come to melt? it should be on the opposite side of the engine from the timing belt. It is where all your spark plugs wires go to. I need more information about what is happening and what you have done.
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Re: 1994 honda crv jump timimg

Unread post by imthemomx6 » Tue Jul 22, 2014 3:19 am

The distributor ?is clearly not the right name it was a black box behind the timing belt area I was told it jumped time the first time but I am pretty sure itwas the black box that looked melted when it broke down both times it was when I shifted into 4th gear it kinda coughed and died and would not start again.

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Re: 1994 honda crv jump timimg

Unread post by imthemomx6 » Tue Jul 22, 2014 3:24 am

No the timing marks didn't line up they were to the left on a slant

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Re: 1994 honda crv jump timimg

Unread post by carriedi » Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:09 pm

if the timing belt alignment is off, don't continue to drive or even crank the engine over. Take the timing cover off and see if you can find a reason for the belt to jump time. Worn belt, tensioner not keeping the belt tight or maybe the water pump has a problem. have you replaced the timing belt?

what was the black box that melted?
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