NO not that engine.
7 degrees idling @ 500rpm (650 for USA)
With the tan/black timing wire disconnected, with engine idling and warm, ignition timing should be set to 0 degrees.
The most likely cause of a 1992 Ford Aerostar stalling while idling is bad spark plugs. The plugs should be changed and the timing checked to resolve the problem.
Incorrect timing can cause several problems. One of which is high idling. 5000 rpm sounds high though, there may be other problems as well.
I checked the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) and they list a TIMING BELT for the 3.4 liter - V6 engine in a 2004 Toyota Tacoma ( also , it IS NOT an interference engine )
your engine has a timing chain,no rubber belt but after 250k plus the chain wears and should be checked
You may want to have the engine timing checked?
I the Blazer will run then the timing can be checked with a timing light. If not, the there are timing marks on the timing gears that will have to be checked to see if the timing jumped.
The engine is out of time. Have the engine timing checked. It can also be the plug wires are connected incorrectly.
The typical timing for a 1985 Chevy 454 is 8 degrees before top dead center. The vacuum line removed from the distributor and plugged. The engine warm and idling at 700 rpm.
My 1996 1.3L underhood sticker says 5 degrees BTDC idling at 850rpm and connector at left shock tower jumpered to short cicuit to adjust timing. My 1996 1.3L underhood sticker says 5 degrees BTDC idling at 850rpm and connector at left shock tower jumpered to short cicuit to adjust timing.
CHECK THE TIMING
Timing to high / advanced to far. Idling to fast. This can cause that problem.
It must be a timing CHAIN . I checked the Gates website and both the 2006 Chrysler Town and Country and the Pacifica models with the 3.8 liter V6 do not list a timing belt
it could be your timing is off
Put your timing light on the number one spark plug wire and then remove the vacuum advance hose, loosen the distributor bolt and with the engine idling move the dist. unti, you get the timing mark on the crank to come to the correct notch on the timing guage.
A marble sound under load indicates the engine is out of time. Have the ignition timing checked and the timing chain/belt for damage or excessive play.
It is POSSIBLE, but highly unlikely unless you had prior problems with the timing. I would have it checked out by a mechanic as it could be any number of things.
It can if it isn't delivering enough fuel to the engine. More than likely you need to have your timing checked.
The newer hemi, is more powerful because it has variable valve timing. Different engine managment systems, fuel system, and camshaft design. The engine can advance the timing and retard the timing based on the demand of the driver.
There are several things that can cause your Jeep to stall while idling. The timing may be off or your fuel filter may be clogged.
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