Where is the timing connector on a 1995 gmc sonoma
The timing connector is in the pasenger side under the carpet shuld be a brown cable
ground the diagnostic connector under the dash , set the timing , then unplug connector
Timing connector is located rightside passenger floor where the carpet meets the firewall inside
the location of the connector for setting the timing is located behind the glovebox on this truck not on the firewall as with older efi trucks
timing belt is stupidchain is stronger
0 deg -or- TDC With the distributor timing connector disconnected.
your truck does not have a bypass connector
When it is disconnected it puts the electronic timing control module in limp mode,and then you can set the timing with a timing light.
electronic spark timing connector
Look a the emissions sticker under the hood of your car, it has the timing information there. Mine says disconnect the timing connector at the distributor and set timing to 0 degrees.then reconnect the timing connector I have a 4.3 vortec. After setting the timing you will have a check engine light, clear it by disconnecting the negative battery terminal or pull the ECM fuse for a few minutes.
On GM trucks, you need to look under the glove compartment for the wiring harness. look for a single wire with a brown tracer that has a black connector. This is the electronic timing connector. Start the truck, unplug connector, set the distributor timing at zero, tighten distributor, reconnect wire.
That year does not have 1. The timing is computer controlled and you MUST have an engine scanner to set the timing on that engine. A timing light will not work.
timing should be set at 10 degrees BTDC. be sure you unplug the spout connector before you adjust the timing.
I have a 1982 v45 magna and the timing chain is loose can it be adjusted thanks
Need a diagram of timing marks for 1985 300zx. Thanks
separate a timing connector on the firewall in engine bay which allows you to time the engine,then adjust the distributor.The connector is on the drivers side below the cowl and when separated the engine will run differently.
disconnect the tan wire connector on the passenger side wiring harness , that puts it in bypass mode, unlock dist. bolt and adjust timing. when set reconnect wiring connector.
It does not have one. The timing is controlled by the computer. You must have a OBDII engine scanner to adjust the timing. If you did not have the distributor out are move it then there is no reason to adjust the timing. It is done automatically by the computer.
It all depends on what year the truck is. If it is the older version with the round distributer cap, you need a timing light. Connect the timing light to the number 1 cylinder, which is the front one on the drivers side. next you have to put the computer in base timing mode. To do this you need to locate the timing connector, which is usually located in the passenger side under the carpet ,below the hvac unit. Unplug the connector and start the engine, then shine the timing light on the timing marks and loosen the distributor and turn it unill the marks line up .Then tighten the distributor, and reconnect the connector. If it has the flat cap , the timing is set with a scanner .
* Start the engine and run it at high idle until the coolant temperature reaches normal operation temperature on the dash gauge. Turn off the engine and disconnect the timing connector. The timing connector on the C and K series trucks is located on the passenger side of the firewall breaking out of the main wiring harness and is a single wire connector with a tan wire with a black stripe. * Connect the timing light to the battery. The red cable goes to the positive post, and the black cable goes to the negative post. Attach the timing pick-up to the number one spark plug wire. Number one is the front plug on the drivers side. Start the engine, and aim the light at the timing marks while pulling the trigger on the light. The timing on the 89 Chevy truck is 0 degrees with the timing connector disconnected. If the two timing marks you marked with white crayon do not line up, adjust the timing. * Set the timing by loosening the distributor slightly, and turning the distributor while observing the timing marks. When they line up, tighten the distributor. Turn off the engine and reconnect the timing connector, remove the timing light, and test drive to verify the repair.
The timing on both rangers and B2300s is 10 degrees btds (below top dead center) after unpluging c6 connector to bring operation to base timing.
the connector is on the right side kick panel behind the cover.
you don't the ECM will do it for you. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx You need to set the base timing on any car/truck that has a distributor. There is a tan/black wire that is usually under the dash down low on the passenger's side. This is the Electronic spark timing and the connector has to be apart to set the timing. That will put the computer offline while you set the timing to the specifications. There is usually a decal under the hood. Once the timing is set then reconnect the connector The base timing is set NOW the computer will take over from there.
First, I presume you are talking about ignition timing and not valve timing. I am also going to assume you have a timing light, and know how to use it. I am also assuming you know how to view timing marks, loosen and adjust the distributer. The spec on this engine is 10 degrees BTC. The timing marks on this engine are on the crankshaft harmonic balancer, and there is a single pointer protruding out of the front cover. I recommend you use something abrasive to clean the numbers on the harmonic balancer and highlight the 10 degree BTC mark with white-out or chalk to make it easier to see under the timing light. Find the timing connector (Ford calls it a SPOUT connector). This connector should be located within a few inches of the distributer base, probably taped to the distributer wiring harness. It will be a small, flat, grey, connector. It is a ctually a shorting bar that is at the end of two wires, and appears to be a dead end. ( you will see what I mean by that when you find the connector). Remove the SPOUT connector. When you remove it, it does not matter if the engine is running or not. It just has to be disconnected when you are making the actual timing adjustment. When you are done setting the timing, reinstall the SPOUT, and you are done. By the way, the number 1 cylinder on this car is the cylinder closest to the firewall toward the passenger's side of the vehicle.