I think maybe the person might have been referring to setting the timing once the head or cams have been removed. That would not be controlled by a computer. You first have to set the crankshaft marks on TDC, which consists of a groove on the bottom pulley being aligned with the timing tab. Both of which are located on the passenger side of the car. Depending on which engine that you may have(there are 3 possibilites from what I have seen) you need to align the intake and exhaust cam marks with the crankshaft also. Being careful to tighten the caps on the intake and exhaust cams to the cylinder head. .
All timing gears. You have to disassemble the entire front of the truck and engine to access.
Need to replace the electronic timing controll module. It is mounted over by the left valve cover, But bolted on the intake.
Timing for 1990 1500 with 4.3
there are two kinds of timing marks. one is for ignition timing and one for valve timing.
1990 GEO PRIZM code 12 = RPM Signal Distributor, distributor circuit,starter signal circuit, igniter circuit igniter, ECM 1990 GEO PRIZM code 71 = EGR EGR system including hoses,gas temperature sensor circuit, gas temperature sensor, vacuum switching valve for the EGR circuit, ECM
The fuel pressure regulator on a 1990 Geo Prizm is located in the fuel line that runs along the valve cover of the engine. It is an inline device that is no bigger than the fuel line itself.
From my research, as an owner of a 1990 Ford Tempo GL, there is no timing belt.
Yes, not a problem. Any unfit components swap it from your old engine.
On the engine family .. LTK 3.0 T5 FCC1 there is no PVC valve on 1990 Mazda MPV
Ther are three different engine configurations used on the 1990 prizm. Check a repair manual such as Haynes. If you plan on keeping the car for a long time a manual would be a good investment.
The 3.0 liter V6 engine in a 1990 Toyota pickup has a timing BELT
Yes that car has a timing belt