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How do you put a 93 Ford Probe back in time?

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2006-03-29 00:28:13
2006-03-29 00:28:13

Number 1 cylinder at top dead centre on compression take off distributor cap make sure that roater is on number one cylinder if it dont fire up turn roater 180 degrees. 93 ford probe does not have timing marks

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