Tightening timing belt on 1993 Honda Prelude?

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There are two types of tensioners for the prelude if you have an H23 (non vtec) then it is manual, if it is an H22 (vtech) then it is auto tensioner. due to failures with the auto tensioner it is highly recommended to swap over to a manual tensioner if you have an H22. As for the answer to the question, go to Preludepower.com or search the web for the repair manual to download, it is free and legal. Hope this helps. There are two types of tensioners for the prelude if you have an H23 (non vtec) then it is manual, if it is an H22 (vtech) then it is auto tensioner. due to failures with the auto tensioner it is highly recommended to swap over to a manual tensioner if you have an H22. As for the answer to the question, go to Preludepower.com or search the web for the repair manual to download, it is free and legal. Hope this helps.

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