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On the timing belt side of the motor. On the timing belt side of the motor.
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1342. Number one is the cylinder closest to the timing belt.
yes it is, if you broke the timing belt there is about a 90% chance you bent a valve
The Honda dealership or your local auto parts store is able to get you a total car wiring diagram for a 1991 Honda CRX SI. You can also find it (for free) at the library.
no. there totally different. the timing belt is connected to the crank pulley and the cam shaft pulley. the serpentine belt is attached to your ac if you have it, the alternator, water pump, and power steering pump (but you have a crx like me so you have rack and pinoin unless converted to power) and is driven by the crank pulley. the crank pulley usually has 2 belts running off of it a external belt and a internal belt or chain. internals timing. exturnal is the other belt
Its under the timing cover. Do it each time you replace the timing belt between 60,000 or every 5 years if you don't drive so much. Do the tensioner as well as preventive maintenance.
If it is a CRX then I believe it is an interference engine and yes you could have possibly damaged your valves pistons or both with the timing belt failure. The only way to know for sure is to do a compression test on the vehicle assuming it will still turn over after you fix the timing belt