How do you set the timing on a 95 silverado with a 5.7?
On that vehicle there should be a "CATALYST" sticker somewhere under the hood that will tell you what the timing should be and whether to check it with the vacuum hose disconnected or what. Of course you know you need a strobe timing light and to have read the instructions that came with it, right?
To set timing on a 94 or 95 Yamaha Timber Wolf, pull the gas tank and the spark plug. Remove the two covers on top and at the side of the head. With a 17 mm, roll the motor over until a T mark is seen on the rotor inside the sight on the side cover. There is a free play in both the intake and exhaust valve rockers.
Where on a 95 Chevy Blazer LT is the timing reset wire you know its under the glove box but is it a single wire or in a group also what are the steps to set the timing?
The wire in question is not called a reset but a "Bypass Wire" . It is a single wire with a quick disconnect found right next to the main harness entering the computer module . The bypass wire is used when setting the base ignition timing to 0* . You will not be able to properly set timing with the control wire connected .
the timing on a '95 buick is set eletronicly. this car has no distributor, instead has an "waste spark" ignition with 3 coils that fire on command from an ignition module that the three coils are plugged into. if it is the timing belt you seek to replace then i suggest you go to your local library and look at the appropriate maintance manuel for that car. Probably a "Motors or Chilton" manuel would cover…