You dont. The ignition timing is set by the PCM and is
You can't it's a two stroker.
The 4.0 liter V6 engine in a 1994 Ford Explorer has a timing CHAIN
have your valves adjusted adjust your valves
I don't think the timing is adjustable on the car. I think it is controlled by the computer.
It is adjusted through the computer. You can not adjust it yourself
usually all you need to do is use a timing light and rotate the distributer
they do not have timing belts , they have chains , one in back of engine and one in front
timing should be set at 10 degrees BTDC. be sure you unplug the spout connector before you adjust the timing.
Octane adjust service pin open ( according to my Haynes repair manual )
To adjust the timing take off the timing cover,take off belt and then line up the marks on the timing gear.You will need a special tool to hold the gears if it is a DOHC(duel over head cam)
my 94 explorer wont blow heat
The explorer has a timing chain, not a belt.
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I believe the Explorer does NOT use a timing belt, but rather a timing chain
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