the 97 vortec 350 engine is not timed like a regular vehicle. The timing has to be checked using the computer. You need to pull a engine data screen on a hand held computer. With the scanner plugged in and vehicle running, check the cam retard degrees. It needs to be at 0 degrees, plus or minus 2. You can move it like a regular gm distributor, but it only has room for about 15 degrees of adjustment either way. If the timing is off, the check engine light will be on with a code for cam and crank sync problem. This dist. hold down bolt is on the passenger side.
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0 degrees in drive bypass disconnected
I belive it is 4 degrees advanced at 500 rpm
The timing is electronic controlled. You MUST have an OBDII engine scanner to set the timing to specs. Timing light will not work.
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6 degreed advanced or BTDC.
There is nothing to time, it doesn't have a distributor.
6 degrees BTDC / Before top dead center
That year sets at ZERO TDC.
There is no way to tell you, because the timing is controled by the computor. You can not use a timing light. It requires an OBD2 engine scanner to set the timing to specs.
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Check the emissions label. Failing that (if not legible) you can get a new label from the parts department or get the specs out of SI.
Chevy didn't have a V6 in their C10 in 63 but the GMC did in which case it would be timed at 5 degrees BTDC.
Yes. Unhook and plug the hose going to the distributor, set the timing to factory specs, then replace the hose.
the timing specs are 17 to 18 degrees btdc.
Chevy 350s have timing chains,not belts. It is designed for the life of the motor. If it is "streched" , the cam timing would be slightly off. Would need a degree wheel, a dial indicator and stock cam specs. intake/closing.
You can not use a timing light to set the timing on that year engine. The ignition timing is COMPUTER CONTROLLED. If you have not fooled with the distributor then there is no reason to adjust it. But if you have bother it then you will need an oBDII engine scanner to put the timing back to factory specs.
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what do you mean timing specs. your question is a little vague. are you talking about cam specs or ignition timing. the cam you line up the marks on the gear to the head and the ignition timing is about 15 degrees before top dead center
the engine's timing is computer controlled. What timing specs are you looking for. What engine is it? 2.0l VVT engine?