Someone with a good ear might get it close by just adjusting by sound - but it won't really be right. With gas prices what they are, its worth it to get it right. Many auto parts stores will loan/rent tools. If you have used timing lights and understand how to do the work, it should only take a few minutes. If you can't do that, try asking some local garages what they will charge to set just the timing. Understand that if there are other problems affecting the engine, they won't get found or fixed. If you are sure its just the timing (did you change it accidently) this might be the cheapest. Consult a repair manual for the proper procedure - most librarys have car repair manuals. A couple of quarters will get you a photocopy of the correct pages.
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Need help how to set timing for 1996 Toyota T-100. Possible to see picture " The wire connection point a to point B, etc. Thanks
Its all about timing. You have to time you steps carefully. I cant remember what i did but i know it was easy. I would advise taking an electric Pokemon if possible.
Possible internal timing system problem.Possible internal timing system problem.
I have a 1982 v45 magna and the timing chain is loose can it be adjusted thanks
Need a diagram of timing marks for 1985 300zx. Thanks
From what point on Earth are you wishing the timing to be given. Without this information, it is not possible to provide an answer.
how to set timing on ford 1987 f-100 302 without timing light
On a 2.5 liter engine it is located behind the timing belt cover.My advise, replace the timing belt when you replace the timing belt. It will have to come off anyway.
There are no timing marks. The timing is controlled by the PCM. Power control module. It is not possible to set the timing with a timing gun.
2005 range rover hse valve timing!!! i need help on finding a link on how to do it thanks
you do not need to remove head or differential.i never have
No you need the gm kent more j-42069 TB tool for the v6
There are no timing adjustments possible, timing is set by the PCM. If you remove the distributor, you should note it's position as exactly as possible and put it back as closely as you can.
Timing is computer controlled.
The timing is controlled by the onboard computer and cannot be adjusted without modifeing the computers programming. If you are certain that it is your timing that's the problem put your attention towards a possible stretched timing chain or a faulty crankshaft sensor.
Possible but probably not.
The 4.6 litre V8 engine in a 1996 Lincoln Continental has ( 2 ) timing CHAINS * 1 timing CHAIN to each cylinder head
Many Fords of that vintage required that a jumper be placed on a socket near the distributor. Without the jumper in place it's not possible to change the timing of the engine. Install the jumper, set the timing with a timing light THEN remove the jumper and it should stay. You'll need to get a reference manual to identify the jumper location and to determine the proper timing advance settings.
It's computer controlled. No timing adjustments are possible.
Timing is controlled by the computer, adjustment is not possible.
Thanks, just trying out the sight.
Need to know the year of engine and what it is in. Ask your question again with this info. THANKS.