Start the engine and make sure it's up to normal operating temp. Make sure everything is turned off(radio, a/c, fan blower, rear defrost etc.) If your distributor has a vacum hose, disconnect it and plug the filter. Hook up your timing light and check your marks. If the timing is off, you'll need to loosen the distributor hold down bolts and turn the distributor clockwise to advance it or counter clockwise to retard it. Once you get it set, tighten the bolts and re-check it. Reconnect your vacuum line and drive on. If you can't get the timing set, you need to look for vacuum leaks somewhere on the intake. I don't know the spec on that car, but it should be on a label under the hood.
10 degrees before TDC
You can replace the ignition lock cylinder in your 1994 Pontiac Firebird without removing the steering will. Remove the retaining ring at the top of the ignition cylinder. The ignition cylinder will slide out.
Begin by removing the retaining ring at the top of your 1994 Ford ignition lock cylinder. The ignition lock cylinder will slide out. Remove the wiring harness from the end of the ignition lock cylinder. Reverse the process to install your new ignition lock cylinder.
twist the distributor while pointing a timing light at the camshaft pulley and degree scale, after shorting a couple pins on a covered connector above the master cylinder
The 1994 Pontiac Grand Am ignition lock cylinder is held in place by the retaining ring at the top of the cylinder. Remove the retaining ring. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the cylinder.
It has a timing belt.
The 4 cylinder Saturn's all had timing chains.
if it has a distributor you can.
10 degrees bdtc
The 1994 Nissan 4x4 2.4 four cylinder has a timing chain.
timing belt ( for the 2.2 L - 4 cylinder and 3.0 L - V6 engines ) in a 1994 Toyota Camry
In a 1994 Toyota 4 Runner the ( 2.4 liter four cylinder has a timing CHAIN ) and the ( 3.0 liter V6 has a timing BELT )
Yes , the 2.3 litre four cylinder engine in a 1994 Ford Tempo has a timing CHAIN
On the four cylinder it is directly behind the fan pully. on a six cylinder it is behind the timing cover and is timing belt driven.
on the balencer there is a timing mark and om the motor theres a tab there is also a mark on the cam gear, when lined up, both marks on the crank gear and cam gear point up.
It has no timing marks because the ignition timing is set by the computer and isn't adjustable.
Ignition timing and advances are all computer controlled (ignition amplifier and ECU)based on info from several sensors. No mechanical or vacuum advance at the distributor, and moving it will not change anything.
The distributor is synched to zero degrees with a scan tool. It can not be done with a timing light.
If you are talking about installing or removing the ignition lock cylinder I believe the key has to be in the run position.
You don't. Timing is adjusted totally automatically by your ECU.
In 1994 the 2.3 L 4 cylinder and the 4.0 L V6 engines are DIS ( distributorless ignition system ) The 3.0 L V6 was from 1995 on
10 degrees, non-adjustable
if its a 4 cylinder, its located inside the timing case.
just replace the engine with a 4 or 6 cylinder and your done.