The timing could be set a little high; however, I would try using a higher octane fuel before having the timing set.
If the timing is set right & the fuel octane is correct, you might have a bad EGR Valve or the hose going to the EGR Valve.If you Retard the Timing to much you will lose some Power. Sometimes the passage way under the EGR valve gets clogged up & will cause the same problem.
needs different octane fuel or ignition timing off
Try 12 degrees initial and see if it pings. If not, try a little more.
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On an older vehicle like this , would start at 10 degrees BTDC; vaccum line to distributor plugged while setting timing.If it pings, back it off 2 degrees, if it does not ping under load, add 2 degrees. According to the repair manual timing should be 8 BTDC (6 degrees BTDC for calif. emissions and high alt.)
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It is the knock sensor. It retards the timing if the engine pings or rattels.
6, to 8 degrees, advanced. Advance it as far as you can, until the motor pings on acceleration, or, under load.
Start at 6 degrees advance, (BTDC) and go up from there until the motor pings, under load. Then back off a couple of degrees. That is called power timing it. You will probably end upabout 10 degrees, advanced. If it cranks over hard, when hot, back it off a couple of degrees.
That depends on the year of the vehicle. The newer 350's have a "knock sensor" that's supposed to sense fuel pre-ignition and briefly retard the timing during periods of heavy acceleration. If THAT'S what's wrong, just replace the knock sensor.
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