Please consult a Haynes manual for this procedure.
Haynes manuals -- they're the best.
Look in the factory service manual, or else a Chilton or Haynes manual. If you don't have one many public libraries have the Chilton or Haynes manuals.
Yes, buy the Haynes Repair Manual.
A haynes manual will have that. Find at your local auto parts store.
it should be under the passenger side dash by the heat vent
there are different types of timing, cam/ignition. get yourself a haynes manual. www.honda-tech.com is your friend.
You need to purchase a Haynes Manual that is specific to your car. It will have more information than you will ever us.
I'd pick up a Haynes or Chilton manual for the car. It will walk you through the procedure.
You need to purchase a Haynes Manual that covers your specific car. There is plenty of useful information available.
You can buy a Haynes Manual that will have that information. The ignition switch is on the column near the bottom. It is slotted so that you can adjust it. The neutral safety switch mounts there as well.
I had that same issue with my 85 fifth ave. Just fix your electrical problem. If the car is a 1982-89 it's easy. It's a blown fusible link right near the positive battery terminal. (This most likely applies to the 90s models, but I'm not as familiar with those.)There are three leeds at the positive terminal; one to the starter, one to the headlights/interior lights (85s have a white connector on it), and the last one powers everything else (85s have a black connector followed by a single fusible link then a fusible link bunch). When the first fusible link on that last leed goes bad you will still have interior lights, the door chime, and all front running lights and headlights, but nothing else. Disconnect both terminals on the battery, negative first. Cut out the fusible link, about two inchs after the black connector and one inch after the inline connector. (Note that the black connector separates, but the inline connector is solid. These inline connectors follow all fusible links.) Replace that gap with fusible link wire in the same gauge as the fusible link (the color of the wire tells you the gauge, orange=20ga. on the 85). Soder the connections if you can, then cover them with electrical tape. Once the fuse is replaced, the ignition system will be functional again. For a chart of fusible link color codes it is best to refer to a manual such as Haynes.
there is an ignition coil not a distributer cap......you should really get a haynes book to look up a few things just a suggestion:)
use small Allen key in access hole while turning and pulling clockwise
Per Haynes guide book it is 1-4,2-5,3-6.
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Call your dealorship repair shop and ask them or pick up the Haynes or Chiltons guide for your model.
Haynes repair manual available from www.amazon.com. Not hard. Locate sensor, unplug electrical connector, use socket of appropriate size, remove.
most haynes or chilton repair manuals have your basic wiring diagram,they can be purchased at just about any automotive parts store.