It is computer controled and not adjustable.
Get a manual on your car.
To set the timing you unplug the temp. sensor in the thermostat housing and set the timing to 12 degrees before T.C. with the automatic trans.
you turn the distributor and use a timing light
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the water pump is located next to the throttle body. there is no reason to set the timing.
the timing should be set top dead center with the number one spark plug
I have a 1990 and factory setting for base timing is 10 degrees, I believe.
It's computer controlled. No timing adjustments are possible.
You will do better to purchase a haynes manual, specific for your car. That will ensure that you get your timing marks right. To set the timing you will need to disconnect the coolant temperature sensor to get the system to respond. Once set you will need to plug it back in.
I have a 1990 LS400 and I have never heard of a timing reset button. The timing is set by the timing belt and controlled by the computer. Let me know if you find out there is such a thing. vbd
the same as any other car, with a timing light and a marking on the crankshaft pully. Hope this helps
water pump on this 3.0 is driven with the timing belt. it is internal water pump you will have to set your timing before you start replace your timing belt if it is worn out.
If you are changing the timing belt you need to get a shop manual on your car from a parts store. It will show you how and have pictures.
the cam gear mark is set at 6 o' clock and the crank gear mark is set at 12 o'clock.
There should be timing marks on the pulley & you simply align them. Crank at 12/cam at 6.
Go to your local auto parts and tell them you want a print out.
if you are referring to replacing the timing belts, there are settings tha must be set correctly as you are installing the belts.there are marks on the timing pulleys that must be set correctly or the cam and crank will not be timed correctly,and no matter what you do to timing after that it will never be right,unless thses are lined up correctly to start with
This information can be found in the owner's manual. This information can be found in the owner's manual.
yes. you need to go and re set the timing.
This is not something that can be done by an amature. You need a timing light and tools. Take it to a mechanic to get it done right.
The timing marks are marks on the front main pulley. The marks indicate when a certain piston is at the top of its stroke. You can turn the pulley to a certain position, aligned with the timing marks, and no that piston is at the right position to set the timing.
I believe that is 10 degrees BTDC
engine idle set too high or the timing is off and needs reset.