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Old 12-29-16, 01:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Car 1: 1989 legend LS
Car 2: 1988 Legend L


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Purchased my first Acura Legend in 1989 - an new LS sedan. I loved the car so much I purchase a used 86 to drive to work. After that rusted away I picked up an 88 to take it's place. That was a nice car until my girlfriend - at the time - daughter smashed the hood.

Anyway, I pulled the 89 out of the barn and decided to get her running again. She sat in the barn for 6 years but flushed the tank and fuel lines and she started right up. Before I start to actively drive it though, I want to change the water pump and timing belt - which is why I am here. I know I will have questions while doing this. I have rebuilt old Pontiac engines - 350 and a 389 - so not a rookie around engines.

starter Question - any specific tool I should be looking at to hold the cam shaft gears in place while pulling the belt.
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