You don't, it is controlled by the ECM.
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how do you set timing on a 92 geo prizm if timing belt has broken
need to know how to set the timing marks on a 1993 Geo Metro?
O-Boy !! The engine has electronic ignition. *** NO POINTS ***
Timing can not be adjusted, is done by the PCM.
my book says 5 degrees BTDC
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To set the timing on a 1994 GMC Suburban you need to warm up the engine while the car is either in park or neutral. Next, you adjust the distributor until the timing is set to where you want it.
The timing is electronic controlled. You MUST have an OBDII engine scanner to set the timing to specs. Timing light will not work.
You hold the "rcl" button in and use the "seek/scan button for hours and minutes.
Turn the distributer to the right very slightly
First you need a timing light which I assume you have. There is a notch on crank pulley,put a dab of white paint on it. Connect timing light, if off loosen bolt for distributor and adjust accordingly.Manual states 8 degrees BTDC @ 800 RPM. This is also assuming that all other components are in good working condition,timing belt etc.
Locate the distributor and mark where timing is set at. Loosen the 3 bolts holding the distributor in place. Disconnect any wiring. Pull off the o-ring and install the new one.
There are a few ways to set the timing on a 1994 Suburban 1500. Disconnect the connector firewall to loosen the distributor turning just a bit clockwise.
Assuming a 1.6L engine, timing is generally controlled by the timing belt. Can adjust the timing by loosening the front lower bolt on the distributor and then rotating the distributor clockwise or counter clockwise. Use a timing light to set timing correctly. I believe it is 10 BTDC
I think that after you put on the timing belt alighned properly,that your distrib. makes up the diff. when you adjust it. Jim
The timing mark is on the crank pulley, a little " V " cut. It gets aligned with the 8 degree BTDC mark on the degree scale just above the crank pulley on the timing belt cover. Use an induction timing light hooked up to the #1 spark plug wire (front of engine) and the battery. Painting the timing marks white helps to see. I use white out. Works good.
Probably computer controlled and not adjustable
where are the timing marks on a 94 2.5 dodge shadow es
electronic ignition on the 93, no controll. just set your timing.
Buy a GPS tracker and set it into car
HI, There are definitely a timing belt and a water pump on the engine. The timing belt is behind the cover that is on the front of the engine and when there you will also find the timing belt tensioner, they come as a set when you purchase them. The water pump is also at the front of the engine and sits at the left of the timing belt cover as you look at the engine, the pump is driven by the belt, you can't miss it. Happy repairing and good luck.Steve H.