Use a timing light and turn the distributor until you get the correct timing.
how do i adjust the ignition timing on a 1990 suzuki gsx 750f
You cannot adjust timing its done in the ecu
The timing is not adjusable It is distributorless ignition
To adjust the ignition timing on a club car gold cart, first lift the cart and hook up the timing gun. Then rev the engine.
Yes ANSWER No - a 1998 3.0 L Ford Ranger does not have a distributor which would allow you to adjust the ignition timing - it has a coil pack and the ignition timing is controlled by the PCM ( powertrain control module )
You dont. The ignition timing is set by the PCM and is non-adjustable.
if it has a distributor you can.
There is no timing adjustment on fuel injected models the ignition timing is set by the ECU . Regards:
ignition timing is controlled by the electronic control module or the "brain" on distributorless engines. Reysher
how do you adjust the timing on a 1977 350 Chevy engine k-10
It is computer controled.
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.
you cannot adjust the ignition timing on this car. a manual will help if you need to set cam timing
You cannot adjust the timing on this vehicle without an aftermarket timing adjuster or bychanging it through the PCM.
The distributor is located in a fixed, non-adjustable position. Ignition timing is preset and cannot be adjusted. Ignition timing is controlled by the powertrain control module.
Even so eclipse uses distributor based ignition system, I'm not sure that you can adjust timing. The timing you can adjust is idle timing. But it basically never needs to be adjusted.
Bring it to a shop and have them adjust the timing with a timing gun I believe its 6*
That's a pretty broad question. What type VW? Ignition timing or valve timing? Assuming that you're asking about ignition timing, it is generally done by rotating the distributor, although without more details, it's impossible to give you a definitive answer.
The timing in a Saturn is not adjustable. The ignition timing is computer controlled by the Ignition control module located underneith your coil packs. if there is an issue with engine valve timing, you must replace all timing components, ie... timing cam gears, crank gear, hydralic tentioner and guides.
It is not possible to manually adjust the timing in this vehicle. There is no distributor and the rotor is attached directly to the camshaft. Timing is handled by the motronic control unit. The unit directly controls the ignition coil, altering the timing as the vehicle is driven.
it is a knock sensor that is used to adjust the ignition timing.
it's a ford burn it because I have the same problem
That requires an OBDII engine scanner to do that. The ignition timing is controlled by the computor. If you have not moved are removed the distributor then there's no reason to fool with the timing.
On carburated engines, yes. You adjust the ignition timing. On fuel injected vehicles, not directly. You can either get a different cam installed and have the engine's computer updated to use that cam, or, you can have your engine's computer updated to use a different ignition timing. Both options are usually prohibitively expensive.
It would not be a good idea. First it is illegal, second it can actually cause the computer to over adjust fuel and ignition timing and cause running issues.It would not be a good idea. First it is illegal, second it can actually cause the computer to over adjust fuel and ignition timing and cause running issues.