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When do you change the balance shaft in your 1993 Honda Accord?

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The 1992 Honda Accord is an interference engine. Replace the cam belt every 90,000 miles. The balance shaft belt should also be replaced at the same time. You should also replace the water pump which is driven by the cam belt. If the belt breaks you will have serious internal engine damage so do not neglect this maintenance.


under the passenger side of the vehicle and look up. You will see The output shaft speed sensor codes maybe similar to P0720>


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The 2002 Honda Accord 4 cyl (F23A) engine uses a timing belt. Besides the main timing belt, the car also uses a balance shaft belt, which looks like a mini timing belt. It's recommended that both those belts be changed at the same time.


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It turns the balance shaft. The balance shaft helps reduce vibration in the motor. It is usually driven by a belt that is connected from the balance shaft to the crank shaft and a tention adjusting wheel used to apply tension to the belt. Hope this helps, Dirk.


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there is a sensor in one of the drive shaft that finds the speed it could either be that or the engine computer is failing


Every 105,000 miles. On the 4 cylinder you should also change the balance shaft belt. On both the 4 cylinder and the V6 the water pump is driven by the cam belt, so change the water pump at the same time you change the cam belt to save labor costs as the pump will not last much over 105,000 miles. These engines are interference engines. If the belt breaks you will have serious engine damage. Do not neglect this service.


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It does not have a timing chain. It uses a belt to drive the cam. This is an interference engine and if the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Replace the belt every 90,000 miles. It also has a balance shaft belt that must be replaced at the same time as the cam belt.


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