NO that's bad
5 degrees BTDC. remember to set the idle to 800rpm for automatic transmission and plug the vacuum advance ose before setting the timing.
No gas in the engine
800rpm manual transmission, o degrees advance 1200rpm automatic transmission 4 degrees advance
engine burning oil
i have a 94 Honda passport, my engine is a 3.2L with coil packs. the timing is non adjustable. on the 3.1L the timing indicator is located at the front of the engine by the crankshaft pulley. the timing set is 10-degrees BTDC @ 800rpm. disconnect the set timing connector at the distributor.
The engine causes thrust, it moves the aircraft.
what causes my corola dx wagon with a 5e engine to ping
The starter turns the engine over.
Bad piston rings. Get new engine.
this is usually engine coolant leaking in