You don,t disconnect the computer on any car to adjust base timing. That,s what runs the car, you disconnect spark advance and that varies according to make and model. Take note if your car does not have a distributer and it,s a coil pack you can not adjust base timing that is done by the computer only. If your car has a distributer I would contact a dealer or get a Chiltons manual on how to set base timing. I could not tell you how to disconnect the advance on your car not formilar with your distributer
Disconnect the battery for a minute.
adjust the timing to the correct spot then make a mark on the distributer
ignition timing is controlled by the electronic control module or the "brain" on distributorless engines. Reysher
The timing is controlled by the computer... so, probably not.
You don't. The timing belt should have a spring loaded tensioner which pulls on the belt to adjust tension.
A computer diagnostic test will show a timing belt problem for a 1999 Mazda 626. If there is a problem with the belt, diagnostics will determine if it needs to be repaired or replaced.
Disconnect the battery. Step on the brake pedal. Reconnect the battery.
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Yess the mazda rx8 have a timing belt,
2001 Mazda MPV does not have a timing belt, it has two timing chains.
The Mazda Mpv 2000 timing chain