Try buying a manual from Haynes www.haynes.co.uk Your car may well not have adjustable timing.. It could be controlled by an engine management system, in the case of ignition timing. Valve timing is controlled by the timing chain and not adjustable. Failing that, I have adjusted (old style) timing myself by ear. It seems more accurate than a cheap timing light in most cases! Good Luck, Mick
K10 micra is belt driven! 1000 & 1200cc's (1982- 1993)
it has a chain not a belt
The 1.6 litre four cylinder engine in a 1990 Nissan Pulsar NX has a timing CHAIN
8 degrees BTDC
It doesn't have timing..
A cross head screw just below the auto choke unit.
The 1990 Stanza has a chain.
At idle speed with vacuum pipe disconnected and plugged E13 Engine 0 to 4 BTDC E15 Engine 2 to 6 BTDC
what is the timing specs for a 95 geo tracker