By "new belt" I assume you mean timing belt. Since this is a mechanical, direct connection, the computer can do very little if anything if it is a tooth or two off. The belt must be alligned correctly.
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.
The timing is computer controlled, there is no adjustments. I know this is a little late, but timing could be off because the timing belt is not properly aligned. If the timing belt is installed incorrectly the timing will never be right.
Timing is computer controlled and is not adjustable.
Adjust the distributor and check your wires to see if installed backward. Take it to a mechanic, and they will hook it up to a programmer and adjust it using the computer and some slight turning.
the 1996 s-10 blazer 4.3 vortec has the computer in the engine compartment on the left hand side....if this is true, you cannot, I repeat, cannot adjust the timing.....the computer adjust the timing....you should be able to read it on the sticker under the hood..... ------- The timing is computer controlled - no way to adjust it, the computer does all of that for you.
no timing adjustment its all computer controlled
On carburated engines, yes. You adjust the ignition timing. On fuel injected vehicles, not directly. You can either get a different cam installed and have the engine's computer updated to use that cam, or, you can have your engine's computer updated to use a different ignition timing. Both options are usually prohibitively expensive.
timing should be set with chip disabled(curb idle)
re-connect the battery and crank it up, the computer will automatically search and adjust the engine timing if the timing alignment is correct from the timing belt marks.Just drive it say about 30 miles to save info.
I think the computer automatically calculates timing. No marks.
how do you adjust the timing on a 2002 kia sportege it is adjusted by the computer. All you can do is make sure the timing marks are on there marks when cylinder one is at TDC.
The computer should set the timing automatically by the sensors. If you change it, it must be done with a handheld computer.
you will need to have your computer reprogramed to adjust timing,fuel mixture etc
Basically, the timing is set and adjusted by the engine computer.
It is computer controled.
Computer controlled and not adjustable
can't. computer does it automatically.
The timing is controlled by the vehicle's computer. There is no need to adjust it during normal maintenance. I don't believe that it is possible to adjust the timing on that vehicle. I think that it was set and sealed at time of manufacture. Safest thing is to check with the dealer.
The 5.7 Vortex engine lets the onboard computer time the engine. Initial timing is accomplished when the timing chain or the distributor is installed. Both the timing chain and the distributor have an index mark for the initial adjustment. The computer does the rest. To activate the computer adjustment one would have to disconnect the battery for a few minutes, I do it for approx. 10 minutes, however it can be done in less time.
Computer controlled If you have a 3.0 you can turn the distributor to adjust, after you pull out the adjustment chip.
It is automatically tensioned by a non-user-adjustable hydraulic device.
you cant adjust timing on a 87' 325e it's computer adjusted!! AT
I don't think the timing is adjustable on the car. I think it is controlled by the computer.
You don't - its all done by the PCM (computer). Eric
you can't it is controlled by the computer.