The hole for the timing marks is located on the front of the engine, right below the distributor. You'll have to remove the hood to get a good angle for the timing light (I don't know why they designed it that way).
timing marks on a Honda accord lx 2.3 year 2000 specifically the counter balance shaft
there are two kinds of timing marks. one is for ignition timing and one for valve timing.
The timing marks should be on the balancer and the timing cover. If they are not there, someone removed the window marks.The timing marks should be on the balancer and the timing cover. If they are not there, someone removed the window marks.
The timing marks are on a tab adjacent to the harmonic balancer.
There should be advance marks on the harmonic balancer, and timing marks on both timing chain gears.
on the harmonic balancer
Timing marks are normally on the harmonic balancer if your engine has one. If your engine is internally balanced, the timing marks will be on the timing chain/belt gears.
The timing marks should be found on a little metal plate directly above the harmonic balancer.
On the harmonic balancer/driverside
On the front of the timing chain cover, drivers side towards the top of the harmonic balancer.
on the harmonic balancer, at crank shaft
Timimg marks are on the harmonic balancer and pointer is on the lower timing cover
The timing marks on a 2000 Honda Civic Ex Coupe are on the crank pulley. They are also on the cam.
On the Crank Hermonic Balancer Depending on the year you may not have marks, my 99 has a 3.8 with coil packs, with no distributer you can't change timing unless you do it thru the computer in the car, so there is no need for timing marks.
this site takes to long when we are stressed out i just need timing marks for 5.7l Chevy engine Timing mark is located on the balancer using a timing light aim at the balancer and the straight edge inscribed will show up set at about 6 dgrees before TDC
They are on the harmonic balancer but are they on the drivers side or on the passenger side?
Have you tried looking on the engine block and on the harmonic balancer?
line up timing marks from harmonic balancer and timing tab on timing cover
A timing belt replacement requires loosening the tensioner. Several major components will also need removal. The belt will then be able to slide off, be sure to install the new belt with the correct timing marks.
on the side
on the harmonic balancer the big pully in front of the motor it will be a line the timing marks are visible from the front of the engine looks like a saw
Some people mistakenly change the harmonic balancer or the timing cover, without matching it up. Some had a timing mark located at the top center of the timing cover, and some were off to the side (between 1 and 2 o'clock) If you have a mismatched balancer & timing cover, you will not be able to line up the marks. Sometimes the rubber goes bad, and the outer ring of the balancer slips... which would cause the timing mark to move.
Timing is computer controlled.
It could be your off a tooth with your distributor