Timing marks for Toyota mr2?
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Where are the timing marks on a 1989 Toyota Tercel so that the ignition timing can be adjusted at the distributor?
There typically isn't any timing marks at the distributor. It is possible to slightly advance or retard the ignition (spark) timing by rotating the distrubitor but as far as timing marks go, the only that you will find will be right above the camshaft sprocket and the harmonic balancer (crankshaft pully). possible one more for the oil pump or countershaft.
Toyota tercel,canry timing mark if it have a 2.0 engine sfe the timing mark is on the crankshaft balancer,which must be line up with the timing belt cover,timing mark.also the camshaft pulley there is a mark on it,that must be line up with with the mark on the back boardof the pulley.now you got it.most Toyota time the same way.
The left most notch is 0 BTDC, the middle notch is 10 BTDC, the right most is 14 BTDC for automatic, or 16 BTDC for manual trans. The indicator is a pin sticking out of the timing cover above the crank pulley. Put a jumper wire between T and E1 on the Diagnostic connector and adjust the distributer for 10 BTDC. Remove the jumper and the timing should advance to the rightmost mark, or a…