The following websites will have the timing specs in their forums, as it can be different based on year, make (ie Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth, etc...), and model.
timing specs 96 5.8 engine
what are the factory timing specs for a 1977 chevy 454
the engine's timing is computer controlled. What timing specs are you looking for. What engine is it? 2.0l VVT engine?
These has 4 different marks
go to the library and get a chiltons repair manual from 67 to get those specs.
10 degrees btdc with the vacuum hose to the distributor removed and plugged.
That requires an OBDII engine scanner to set the timing to factory specs.
The specs call for the engine to be timed correctly for proper operation. Hope this helps!
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The distributor is zeroed with a scan tool.
what is the timing specs for a 95 geo tracker
The timing is electronic controlled. You MUST have an OBDII engine scanner to set the timing to specs. Timing light will not work.
It is an electronic ignition and is not adjustable.
230 hp http://www.dodgeram.org/tech/gas/specs/5_2v8.htm 230 hp http://www.dodgeram.org/tech/gas/specs/5_2v8.htm
7 degrees idling @ 500rpm (650 for USA)
how much play should a 4.3 Chevy engine timing chain have?
You can not use a timing light to set the timing on that year engine. The ignition timing is COMPUTER CONTROLLED. If you have not fooled with the distributor then there is no reason to adjust it. But if you have bother it then you will need an oBDII engine scanner to put the timing back to factory specs.
There is no way to tell you, because the timing is controled by the computor. You can not use a timing light. It requires an OBD2 engine scanner to set the timing to specs.
That year sets at ZERO TDC.