The timing belt marks on a 1994 Honda Civic are found on the cam shafts. The arrows will needed to be point a TDC in order to install the belt properly.
Get a manual from MOTORLIT.COM on your car and it will help on the next repair also.
93 civic has a timing belt... if its dual overhead cams, it is nessecary to find the timing marks.. set them properly to their marks as well as the crankshaft. once these are properly set slip your timing belt on and then find the mark for your idler pulley.. reinstall everything and drive away
timing marks on a Honda accord lx 2.3 year 2000 specifically the counter balance shaft
on the side
#1 piston should be at TDC and both valves closed (compression stroke)
there are two kinds of timing marks. one is for ignition timing and one for valve timing.
buy a hanes book
line up the timing marks on the flywheel and cam
There are 4 marks on the crank pulley. When standing on the driver side of the car looking down on the pulley, the mark farthest to the right is the mark for TDC (Top Dead Center). The three marks on the left are for the spark timing. Of these three the mark in the center should align with the arrows/triangles on the timing belt cover when the engine is running and a timing light is shining on the crank pulley. The outer two marks represent Honda's tolerances for the ignition timing. Be sure to let the engine warm up before checking/adjusting the timing.
Pull the chrome cover of the left side of the motor the timing marks are on the fly wheel. An F and a T.
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).