You can't,they have a crankshaft position sensor which sends the location of the crank to the computer, the timing is then electronically adjusted by the computer also taking into account engine rpm, temp,air density,throttle position etc.Thats what peformance chips alter to produce more h.p. . L. Keedy
install a new one!!
a timing gun
check both of your pulleys,they have marks on them.
where are the timing marks on a ford ka 1.3 and how do i check the timing is correct
First place there is no need to set the timing if the distributor has not been moved. And there is no wire to unhook.The ignition timing is controled by the ECM / engine control module. If the timing is off you will have a check engine light on. If the light is not on, then the timing is correct. No need to bother, The computer is taking care of it.You have to have a OBD II engine scanner to set the timing.
It has a timing chain. The timing chain is on the front of the engine. But before messing with it ,I would have the timing check first. You may have something else wrong,like a sensor or a vaccum leak.
Check ignition timing Timing chain "jumped"?
dynamic timing analysis is a simulation vector we r using to check the correct result for given input
Check/ replace: fuel filter, fuel pump pressure, timing belt timing.
To repair a horn on the 1978 Chevy pickup, first check to make sure the wiring is correct. Then, remove the steering wheel cover in order to check to be sure the wiring is connected to the steering wheel.
I would check the plug wires to see if they are installed in the correct locations.I would check the plug wires to see if they are installed in the correct locations.
Timing is probably off. Set number 1 piston at TDC and check the timing marks. If applicable, also remove cap from distributer and check position of rotor, it may need adjusting for correct timing.
Double check all connectors. Check for engine trouble codes. Double check that the timing belt/chain is correct.
I would check the point gap and timing first. If that does not correct it, I would check the carburetor float level.
No it will not. Unless it has slip so mush that it has changed timing. Check the ignition timing for your car, make sure that it's correct. If not you have to fix it ASAP.
Check the timing belt to see its off.. If the timing is correct them most likely you have a failed camshaft sensor..
the pump in the carburetor could be litting the gas slip by change it an check your timing slow timing will make it stumble an sluggis.
Double check to make sure you have your spark plug wires in the correct order. If they're out of order (on the wrong plugs) the plugs will fire, but not in the correct order to ignite the fuel. If the wires are on in the correct order, check your ignition timing. Incorrect timing could also cause an engine with fuel and spark to not run. For references on how to check your timing, and what the timing should be, I would obtain a chilton's or hayne's repair manual. It will show you step by step how to do it, what numbers to use, and what tools you will need. Very helpful!
You need three things for ignition, fuel, spark, and a correct amount of O2 compression(air). You have the two, maybe the timing is off not allowing the correct amount of compression for ignition, belt jump or plug wires not in the correct position. If the timing belt has just been replaced double check all of the timing marks. Check, test or replace the crank angle sensor. You say you have fuel but is it enough? Check the fuel pressure to be sure.
You don't check the timing, it is all controlled by the computer
Check the timing sounds like the valves are not opening to create vac to suck fuel into cylinder through intake. Timing chain could be broke or lobe wore off camshaft depending how high the mileage is.
You can't it is nonadjustable, The timing is controled by the computer. And there is no reason to adjust it unless you had the distributor out of the engine and in that case you will need to turn it by hand enough to get it running, and that is called the base timing. Then you will notice that the check engine light is on and you will need an OBD2 engine scanner hooked up to the truck and then go into the timing mode and ajust the timing to factory spec. and the scanner will let you know when you have the timing correct. The check engine light will go off when you have the timing right. Then the computer will do the rest.
you cant a rm125 is a 2 stroke check the ignition timing through the flywheel
If a 1993 Toyota is acting like it is not getting fuel in cold weather, check the fuel pressure sensor. There is also the coil and timing that might cause the car to spit and sputter in cold weather. Also check the timing belt.