That requires an OBDII engine scanner to do that. The ignition timing is controlled by the computor. If you have not moved are removed the distributor then there's no reason to fool with the timing.
You can no longer use a timing light, they are a thing of the pass. You must have an OBDII engine scanner to set the timing on that year engine, because it is now electronic controlled. You will have to hook scanner up to engine and go into the TIMING MODE on the scanner and then move the distributor by hand while watching the scanner to time the engine. THERE'S NO OTHER WAY.
You will have to have an oBDII engine scanner and then go into the timing mode with scanner. You will then move the distributor by hand while watching scanner until it is in the specs. You can not use a timing light. The timing is controlled by the computer.If you did not have the distributor out of the engine are move it, Then there is no reason to set the timing. The computer will do it for you.
Bad coil? Bad distributor cap? Bad ignition rotor? Bad ignition pick-up? If equipped with Ballast resistor REPLACE common problem Spark plugs flooded and fouled?
If it has a computer, use a code scanner to read the diagnostic codes. If it doesn't, check the distributor and rotor for damage and wear. Distributor and rotor o.k., scanner reads 212 ( ignition module / shorting bar ). Cannot get koer to scan, not enough rpm change. any more ideas. joedi Found the problem, the fuel filter was clogged. Runs better now. joedi
You can't, The timing is controlled by the computer it is not adjustable. If you had the distributor out of the engine, then the only thing you can do is put it back in with the rotor pointing to the #1 pistion on the compression stroke and then move it enough to get it running. Then you will need to get a OBD2 engine scanner and go into the timing mode and set the timing with the scanner to factory specs. If you did not have the distributor out and the check engine light is not on. Then you have no problem with the timing and no need to scan the engine, the computer will take care of the timing.
It does not have one. The timing is controlled by the computer. You must have a OBDII engine scanner to adjust the timing. If you did not have the distributor out are move it then there is no reason to adjust the timing. It is done automatically by the computer.
No it will not. You must have an OBDII engine scanner to read the codes. Some parts stores will read them free of charge. Advance auto parts is 1 that will.
There isn't one Timing is Controlled by the PCM. Turning the distributor only adjust fuel sync so don't do it. Unless you have a pricey scanner it will be hard to get it back in Sync
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.
That requires an engine scanner to set the timing.
Jumper the A and B terminals of the scanner box.
take the key to orchard supply.They have a free scanner for this if there is no chip they will make duplicates.
It requires an ENGINE SCANNER to set the ignition timing on that year of engine.
That requires an engine scanner to do that. Advance auto parts will scan it for free.
You must have an engine scanner to set the timing correctly.
you can take it to advance auto parts and get them to put a scanner on it and clear it... if it is a '96 of later model
The timing on that engine is controled by the computer. You can not use a timing light. The only thing you can do is move the distributor enough to get the engine to run and have power and that is called the base timing. When it does run and the engine light is not on then you got lucky, but if the check engine light comes on, then you will have to get an engine scanner and hook it up and go into the timing mode and move the distributor until you get the cam and crank in time. The scanner will show you when it is in time and the engine light will go off. Tighten distributor and your done. The computer will do the rest.
cant you need a scanner to check codes from 1996 and newer
The timing on that engine is computer controlled. It requires an engine scanner to set the timing. No other way.
There is no adjustment on the timing, It is controled by the computer. If you did not have the distributor out then there is no reason to worry about the timing, Unless the check engine light is on and you had it scanned with a engine scanner and it said that the timing was off. You will then need to hook scanner up to engine and go into the timing mode and move the distributor until the light goes out. Then tighten dist. and the computer will do the rest.
How does it not? The bone density scanner. In the end he isn't carrying it therefore showing no more burden or something like that. There are others but I'm not pointing them out.
No. An OCR is a scanner combined with a recognition program. A touch screen is a monitor combined with a pointing device.
That requires an OBDII engine scanner. Can not use a timing light ( won't work )
YOU can if you have an engine scanner. if you have not fooled with the distributor then there is no need to adjust the timing because it is controlled by the ECM / computer. It will adjust it's self.