You must make sure you have the distributer mark aligned with mark on the intake manifold. The PCM makes all the timing adjustments.
Info: The distributor is only used for the cam position, and spark distrubition.
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.
The timing is computer controlled and there is NO need to fool with the timing as long as you have not moved or touched the distributor. It requires an OBDII engine scanner to adjust the timing.
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.
how do you adjust the timing on a 1977 350 Chevy engine k-10
You can not use a timing light to set the timing on that year engine. The ignition timing is COMPUTER CONTROLLED. If you have not fooled with the distributor then there is no reason to adjust it. But if you have bother it then you will need an oBDII engine scanner to put the timing back to factory specs.
you turn the distributor and use a timing light
No need to if the distributor was not moved.
it is preset at manufacturing !!
you need to disconnect the electronic advance plug on the side of distributor and aim the timing light on the pointer and move distrbutor until the nuber is right,usually 4 or 8 degrees
same as a 350
turn the distributor
The is to Bring the engine to TDC ( Top Dead Center ) you can do this by removing the drivers side valve cover and watching the intake valve.. crank over the engine until that rocker arm opens then closes... also there is a timing hash and timing mark on the timing cover, and harmonic balancer. once this is done set the rotor on the distribur so that once it is in the motor it points the Cylinder #1... then install dist cap, then adjust timing using a timing light.... Hope this helped...
SORRY, But it don't have a timing belt. It has timing chain and gears.
how do you set the timing on a distriubtor for a 2002 Chevy blazer
You can monitor distributor degrees with a timing light.
The timing on y our 1987 Chevy Celebrity is controlled by the engine computer, there is no way provided to adjust it.
no adjustment!! set at factory.
Adjusting the Timing On Fuel Injected 1982 - 1992 F-Bodies Things you will need: You MUST definitely use a timing light to adjust your timing correctly.
Connect a timing light, loosen the bolt on the distributor and turn it. If you have a model that is contolled by the EMM, you can only adjust the clearance of the cam and crank positions sensors. The rest is controlled by the computer and is determined by the software. Note that adjusting the sensors only improves the input to the EMM and does not control the timing.
restabbing distributor and setting time I'm replacing 4 cylinder motor in a 87 Chevy s10 how do I install distributor and get the truck in time
30 degrees dwell, timing is the second mark above the O mark on the timing tab.
how do you set timing on 88 s10 2.5? ?
Computer controlled and not adjustable