It has no timing marks because the ignition timing is set by the computer and isn't adjustable.
what timing are you trying to set? the cam timing or the ignition timing?
Ignition timing is automatically set. sorry.
That requires an engine scanner to set the timing.
Ignition timing or valve timing?
show me how set the timing on a Cleveland motor
Hoo I set the correct timing on a 1993 mazda protege
To set the ignition timing on a Ford Probe GT 95 with an MX engine, remove the two 12 mm head bolts holding the distributor in place. Then rotate the distributor to set the ignition timing.
Ignition timing has no adjustment on these bikes.
Adjusting the distributor sets the ignition timing. To set timing you need to align the timing marks as specified by the manufacture using a timing light.
you cannot adjust the ignition timing on this car. a manual will help if you need to set cam timing
what are the timing marks on a chev 305 motor for the year 1995.
its set by the ecu
Ignition timing is electronically controlled.
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.
The base ignition timing for a 1974 Chevy 454 engine is between 8 and 12 degrees below top dead center. A timing light is needed to accurate set ignition timing.
You dont. The ignition timing is set by the PCM and is non-adjustable.
It requires an ENGINE SCANNER to set the ignition timing on that year of engine.
There is no timing adjustment on fuel injected models the ignition timing is set by the ECU . Regards:
Ignition timing is non adjustable. The timing is controlled by the vehicle ECM.
You can not set the igitniton timing yourself.You can check it but not set it.The timing is ran off a crankshaft sensor.Idle timing is 27 degrees
If you are referring to ignition timing, diesel ignition timing is primarily controlled by the injector timing. This is also why diesel engines run such high injector pressures. The timing is very carefully controlled by the vehicles computer.
If you have the 3.8L engine, ignition timing is controlled by the computer and cannot be altered without making changes to the computer. If you have the 3.1L engine, which has a distributor, you can set the timing as you would on any engine with a distributor.
Separate issue, if you need too set the timing following a timing belt change or belt slippage then you have to set the mechnical timing of the motor. Go buy a Chilton or Haynes manual which will tell you where the marks are and you can properly set the timing before starting the motor.