The timing is computer controlled. No need for adjustments. If you've taken the distributor out it should go back in with the rotor pointing in the same direction as it was before removal. The hold down clamp is indexed to the distributor so it wont freely rotate just by loosening the clamp. There is a "sync" set procedure done with the drb scan tool used for Synching new parts when installed. Not used for maintenance adjustments though.
The Ram does not have a timing belt.
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No, not from the factory.
A 2004 Ram does not have a timing belt.
It has a chain.
The valves on a 1999 Dodge Ram 5.2L are not adjustable.
They are not adjustable.
It is set to zero with a scan tool. It can not be done with a timing light.
the computer controls timing. It is located on the pass side of the firewall.