The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Huh? The answer is 10 degrees BTDC, or whatever is printed on the label underneath the hood. The timing mark is in the MIDDLE of the crank pulley (on the ridge between the alternator and accessory belts). You will not be able to see it, but you can feel it with your fingernail, it is just a little nick. Paint it with a tiny dot (big mark will decrease accuracy). Then you have to jump the diagnostic connector in the passenger side kick area before starting the car, verify the computer light comes on so that it is using no advance, and probably have someone put their foot on the gas to keep it from dying while you set the timing.
The 1993 Subaru Legacy 2.2 liter engine ignition timing is the sequence that allows the engine to run smoothly. The ignition timing is synchronized with the crankshaft position sensor.
what are the timing belt setting for a 1993 Isuzu trooper 3.2 ltr v6 ...
UNPLUG THE COMPUTER TIMING CONTROL, and set the ignition to ZERO with engine at idle, hook-up PCM control, YOUR DONE! Good luck, Jamison
Ignition timing is electronically controlled.
How do you disconnect the Data Port when setting the timing on a 1993 Toyota Corolla?
Hoo I set the correct timing on a 1993 mazda protege
Fuel pump, ignition module, timing chain jumped....there's many reasons why it won't run. I am suspecting the fuel pump myself.
If you have no spark, you would likely have a problem with the magnito (ignition).
By diagram, if you are refering to the Emissions Control label located on the under side of the hood, it is only good for telling you what your timing (x degrees before top dead center (BTDC)) should be, given the engine you have. Haynes sells a service manual (about $17.00) that does a pretty good job of explaining how to go about setting the ignition timing on your engine, including descriptions of where the timing marks are for your engine and how to perform the timing adjustments.
Its the brown wire from the distributor, goes to the fuses/relays on your firewall. unhook that and you will have your base timing.
im not sure but check with your local shop
Diagram of ignition timimg marks
top died senter the markes should mach up
0 TDC / Top dead center.
22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199 standard Chevy timing/firing order. the #1 on the distributor will be pointing @ the #1 cyl when @ top dead center.( front drivers side.
The ignition timing on your vehicle is not adjustable. It is set according to driving conditions by the Powertrain Control Module, or PCM. There should be a sticker under the hood with this information.
0 degrees with vac off and electroniv advance disconected according to the sticker on my hood
The distributor is set to 0 degrees with a scan tool. It can not be done any other way.
A dwell meter is used to check the setting on a POINTS type ignition system, these have not been used in quite a few years, and for sure not as late as 1993.
the rotation is counter clock wise and the firing order is 1-3-2.
Replace ignition switch for 1993 buick century?
my guess would be that the ignition timing is off, but it is really hard to tell without actually looking at it an listening to it.
Use a good quality timing light and check your ignition timing.