Ignition timing or valve timing?
The timing marks on a 1969 Ford 360 should line up between the timing chain and the cam sprocket. This sets the initial timing which can later be adjusted using a timing light.
the correct firing order is 18436572 have fun
I'm about 100% sure Chevy did not. The 360 engine was a ford engine.
see a chiltons repair manual from the library.
it should be 4 degrees before btc
It can have either a 360 or 390 V8. Most likely a 360.
Gose counterclockwise on 302-360-390 and 460.
Yes , the old Ford 360 cubic inch ( 5.9 liter ) V8 engine is a gasoline engine
The Ford 360 cylinders are numbered : firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front
You can use another 360, a 390, or a 428. Have fun! It does not need to be a 70' motor, a 390' would be a logical choice for many reasons.
I have an 89 with the 360 motor. The mechanical fuel pump is on the drivers side of the timing chain cover below the distributor. If you have a 360 it should be in the same place. good luck
I hope this is correct : F - 100 2 wheel drive 360 cubic inch V8 / 2 barrel carburetor manufactured in Norfold Virginia in November 1975
No it won't. The only transmission that will fit a 390 is one off of 360 or 352. The 390 is a FE block it has a round shaped housing. The 460 Bellhousing fits the 429 351M and 400. All the Ford FE engines: 332, 352, 360, 361, 390, 391, 406, 427, 428 and 534 V-8's will fit the 390
I've heard from a long time mechanic that at the altitude I live at, almost 7500 feet, that one should run 4 degrees advance. Seems to work really well. According to my Chilton's book on 1979 360 engines, Dodge, the timing is 4 degrees BTDC.
Could be a broken timing chain. Could be a cooked Engine Control Module. I'd guess the timing chain first. ECMs usually give some warning.
Base timing is set to 0 deg with a scan tool. You can not do this with a timing light.
10 deg BTDC
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Yes it is