Hey Faith==You don't. It is electricaly controled. GoodluckJoe
how about the camshaft, valve timing, if the chain jumped on the sprocket wouldn't that cause timing to be off?
I believe 1985 Regencies had a distributor cap and was adjustable. 1986 and on are "fixed" and computer-controlled. Nothing you can do on it. If your car is "pinging" on acceleration or while going uphill, try the next higher octane gasoline. My 1990 Regency pings on regular gas, I have no problem on midgrade.
Another member brought up a good point: if the timing chain jumped a tooth on the sprocket, the timing would definitely be off. What are your symptoms/reasons for wanting to adjust the timing? GMS
The timing is computer controled and not setable.
Probably computer controlled and not adjustable
Ignition timing is set on a 1989 Acura Integra by setting the distributor to the appropriate angle. When set at the factory recommended angle the car will turn over with no problems.
How do you set the timing for an 1989 Chevrolet G20 van - 350 cu. in. with tbi?
Follow the directions on the emissions label under the hood of your car, it will tell you what to set the timing at and what connectors to disconnect to set the timing.
No. It has a DIS (Distributorless Ignition System)
How to Set timing on nissan sentra 1600cc 1989 model
set it at top dead center the computer does the rest
some tps sensor are none adj.most gms others adj. .5volts to 1volt
timing gearsI've been told by more than one person that my '91 Cutlass Supreme has timing gears instead of timing chain. . I looked in the book and you should have a timing chain.
I'd just set it by ear and how easy it starts once it's set.