No, timing is not adjustable.
There is no timing adjustment on fuel injected models the ignition timing is set by the ECU . Regards:
It is computer controled.
you can't it is controlled by the computer.
This component is electrically operated by the engine computer. It (on most vehicles) changes the oil pressure in the variable valve timing system to adjust the valve timing. It is very similar to the solenoids in use inside an automatic transmission.
Timing is not adjustable. The distributor or cam sensor is synched to the crankshaft sensor with a scan tool.
No, timing is not adjustable. If timing is not correct a part has failed.
you rotate the distrubuter with the use of a timing light. I suggest that you get the Clymer manual before you attempt this, as the timing being off can ruin your engine.
With automatic transmission ( 6 degrees BTDC ) With automatic transmission and dual mode ignition timing ( 12 degrees BTDC ) With manual transmission ( 10 degrees BTDC ) According to motorcraft . com
It is there to detect detonation or ( knocking ) and the information is used to adjust timing by the pcm.
6 degrees BTDC with manual transmission 12 degrees BTDC with automatic transmission
iT SHOULD BE ON AN AUTOMATIC TENSINOR DEVICE . NO ADJUSTMENT NEEDED.
Timing spec is 12 degrees BTDC, for either manual or automatic transmission.
A 1999 Jeep Wrangler has a timing chain.
A 2005 Jeep Wrangler has a timing chain.
Assuming this is a truck, if it has a standard transmission, TDC. If it has a automatic transmission, 4 degrees BTDC.
28 to 32 for the dwell and for the timing, TDC if it is standard transmission, 4 degrees BTDC if it is automatic transmission.
A 2004 Wrangler has an inline six, not a V6. It has a timing chain.
6 degrees BTDC - manual transmission 12 degrees BTDC - automatic transmission
Timing sets at 0 / ZERO TDC. (Top Dead Center )
automatic transmission ( 14 degrees BTDC ) automatic transmission - California ( 8 degrees BTDC ) manual transmission ( 6 degrees BTDC ) according to motorcraft . com
in the u.s., jeep wranglers didn't come with a v6, they came with an in-line 6. if your jeep has an inline 6 you don't have to adjust the timing. it adjusts it's sels.
( 6 ) degrees BTDC for the manual transmission ( 12 ) degrees BTDC for the automatic transmission
Need to know what year and if it is a standard or automatic transmission.
Automatic transmission - 10 degress BTDC Manual transmission - 6 degrees BTDC