Advancing the timing will not make the valves clatter, it will make the engine detonate if you're not running higher octane fuel! 5 degrees btdc is correct, and you can go as far as 3 degrees either way and still stay smog compliant (in California atleast) but advancing may cause detonation, which if left unchecked will cause severe damage to your engine!
look on underside of hood there is a sticker.
The timing on the 22re should be set at 5 DBTDC. It can be set ahead to 8 or 12 BDC if it doesnt cause the engines valves to "clatter" and "knock".
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Ignition timing or valve timing?
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the v6 has a belt!
10 degrees BTDC
behind the drivers seat.
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For my fuel injected 1988 4x4, 4 cylinder, the gap is 0.0032".
The 1988 Chevy Celebrity uses distributorless ignition. There is no provision to alter timing, the engine control module takes care of that.
Yes, you at least have to remove the timing belt from the cam shafts. I do not think you have to remove the crankshaft pully though, unless you intend on replacing the timing belt at the same time, which wouldn't be a bad idea.
You will need a timing light, set it at 10 degrees BTD
Yes. It's located in front of the catalytic convertor.
It is Fuel Injected.
10 degrees BTD
Your engine has distributor-less ignition. The spark timing is controlled by the ECM, there is no provision for adjustment.