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To ignition time a 90 Civic HB the Haynes manual says to jumper the two terminals on the ignition timing adjuster connector under the dash - what does this look like?

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2006-04-03 05:31:40
2006-04-03 05:31:40

It's a blue connector that hangs under the passanger side of the dash. Jump/short the connector with anything metal.

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