Having problems with your 1990 Honda Civic ?

HONDA CRANKS LIKE IT HAS NO COMPRESSION OR BROKEN TIMING BELT .

\015 CAR DID NOT SMOKE OR USE OIL HAS 250K MILES . WENT TO THE MOUNTAINS ON WEEKEND NO LOSS OF POWER CLIMBING, USED IT ALL WEEK FOR WORK 30 MILES ROUND TRIP,GOT UP SATURDAY MORNING CRANKED IT ALMOST STARTED , THEN CRANKED IT AGAIN AND IT CRANKED LIKE THE TIMING BELT WAS BROKE. TOOK IT TO A MECHANIC AND BELT IS FINE .HE SAID I HAD NO COMPRESSION ON 3 CYLINDERS . IT IS A 1990 HONDA CIVIC LX. ANY SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE APPRECIATED,LOVE THIS CAR THANK U\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 12-08-2019

Answers :

Remove the valve cover, and watch the cams while cranking it. My best guess is that one if them is not turning. This would explain why there is only compression in once cylinder. Sure the timing belt may be in tact, but if the cam guide pin is sheered off, and bolt that holds gear to the cam is loose, it will cause this.
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