where is the ignition module located on a 1988 Mazda b2200
WHATS THE TIMING MARKS ON 93 MAZDA 929
Ignition timing is set on a 1989 Acura Integra by setting the distributor to the appropriate angle. When set at the factory recommended angle the car will turn over with no problems.
How do you set the timing for an 1989 Chevrolet G20 van - 350 cu. in. with tbi?
witch is the 6th cylinder
The ignition timing is computer controlled - not adjustable - but the base timing is 10 degrees BTDC
where are timing marks on 89 ford probe 4 cylinder I have the bottom not the top
most likely a belt, mine has the belt
13b or 13b turbo
The first thing I would check is to make sure the ignition timing is correct... And the cam timing belt or chain if it's separately timed from the ignition. If it's not either of those, I would check all of the engine control relays and fuses and make sure all of them are functional.
All mazda b series with a b2000 or b2200 are a NON interference engine.So in short if your timing belt broke it will not damage the engine.
Look on the vehicle emissions control label it is there.
at ther end of the upper radiator hose on the motor
it is 12 atdc for the 88, I assume they are the same
I would suspect you need a new timing chain or belt depending on which is installed. A worn belt or chain will jump time.
There typically isn't any timing marks at the distributor. It is possible to slightly advance or retard the ignition (spark) timing by rotating the distrubitor but as far as timing marks go, the only that you will find will be right above the camshaft sprocket and the harmonic balancer (crankshaft pully). possible one more for the oil pump or countershaft.
Turn the AC or the Defroster off.
Adjust ignition timing. check knock sensor.
try to get a new ignition rotor
Under the back cover . Just behind the doors on either side ...
If it is a distributorless ignition system, you don't. The timing is all handled by the ecm. It picks up the signal from a crank sensor in the block. It has a reluctor wheel cast in the crank.
One of the primary causes for this is a stretched timing belt. Even though the belt is a notched belt, they do stretch just enough to make the timing not conform to smog specs. I have had this happen, too, and found that a timing belt replacement solved the problem.
One timing belt and behind it is probably a smaller balancer shaft belt which should be replaced with the timing belt. I would say its on the left side of the motor with a plastic cover over it.
Check blower motor fuse Check to see if blower motor is getting power