I'm not sure if you can on that model. If it has a distributor, you can loosen the hold down bolt and turn it to advance or retard your timing. If it doesn't have a distributor, it set by the ecm.
The 3.3L has a timing chain.
10 deg BTDC
It doesn't have one. It uses a timing chain that does not need replacing
broken timing belt
try adjusting the ignition timing(or getting a mechanic to do it)
IF you have already set the timing to spec, you alter timing by loosening the distributor and turning the base to adjust timing. You will need a timing light to measure the timing. Pull out the spout before adjusting so the computer will not alter the timing. HTH.
this is the correct procedure http://www.kick-fix.com/IGN_timing/8v-procedure.html
60 to 100k depending on service
It would cost about 260 dollars.
A Timing Belt, A Serpitine Belt, A Power Steering Belt, and if you have A/C A Belt for that too...
Yes, A 1991 civic uses a timing belt, not a timing chain.
The 1991 Lexus ls400 has a timing belt.
Your 1991 Mercury Topaz 2.3 liter has a timing CHAIN
No Belt=It has a Timing Chain.=
set timing on 1991 c2500 5.7 liter
There wasn't a 1991 Dodge Stratus.
"How to set timing on 1991 ford escort lx 1.9?"
The 4.3 litre V6 engine in a 1991 Chevrolet S-10 has a timing CHAIN
WHERE DO YOU CHECK THE FUEL PRESSURE ON A 1991 DODGE STEALTH
A 1991 Dodge Dakota will have either a V6 or a V8 engine.
Timing chains, no belt.
You don't, as there's no such thing as a 1991 Dodge Durango