like most old cars. run till hot set idle to spec. connect timing light to 12v, ground and clamp to front #1 spark plug. then at the diagnostic connector (near right hand HLight) short test pin to ground. ( this tells ECU to freeze advance rules). pin 4 to 5 out of 6 pins total. then check timing by flashing the strobe to the front of damper pully and marks. usually some where between 4-6 degrees.at 750-850 rpm. It is usually stated on the EPA sticker under hood. baring that go to suzuki.forum and check there or get a haynes or chilton manual. good day
I have a 1998 Suzuki Sidekick JX 4X4 4 Doors, How do I set the timing? Please show me the steps thank you.
Which engine have you got? There is a choice of.... 8v carb 8v single point injection or 16v multipoint injection regards Andy
Order online or go to your local Advance dtoore and purchase Suzuki, Samurai/Sidekick,X-90& Vitara Goe & Chevrolet Tracker 1986 thriugh 2001. Haynes Repair manual # 90010 ha sthe infor you require.
You can set the camshaft timing, on your Suzuki 450, by manually turning the engine to the number one spot. Adjust the camshaft valves with the adjustment screw.
Timing can not be adjusted, is done by the PCM.
timig chain marks
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.
no it wont it is way to small weve tried it and its usless but the tires are good
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.
With the timing set at 10 degrees BTDC it is 800 RPM.
where are the timing marks on a 94 2.5 dodge shadow es
It isn't adjustable. It is controled by the computer
to be honest watch a video on YouTube
this is the correct procedure http://www.kick-fix.com/IGN_timing/8v-procedure.html
not sure but i would set it at 28
i have a 94 Honda passport, my engine is a 3.2L with coil packs. the timing is non adjustable. on the 3.1L the timing indicator is located at the front of the engine by the crankshaft pulley. the timing set is 10-degrees BTDC @ 800rpm. disconnect the set timing connector at the distributor.
It has no timing marks because the ignition timing is set by the computer and isn't adjustable.
Maybe computer controlled and not adjustable
It sets in 0 degrees.
I just set my timing and the plug on my 1994 full size Chevy Blazer (same as a full size pick up) was directly under the glove compartment. It was one wire (tan with black stripe) and two ends of a plug together just unplug and set timing.
i suggest you look under the hood,an see ifit has a data sticker,that say's there's no timimg reguired.the 2002 i know has a timing sensor,which change's the timing atomatically.
The distributor is synched to zero degrees with a scan tool. It can not be done with a timing light.