Question about 1993 Toyota Paseo
The ignition timing for most Toyota's is set at 10 degrees before TDC....To be able to set it, you'll need to open the diagnostic socket, which you'll find inside the engine compartment....Make up a bridge....(a piece of wire which should have a connector on each end....but you can use a wire without the connector if you want to.....Just make sure that there are no strands which can short out when you plug it in)....you'll see a directory of the available connections on the inside of the lid of the diagnostic plug housing....Bridge between 'T' and 'E1'....this will give you the on board diagnostic read out fr and allow the adjustment of the ignition timing....
om the engine check light from the instrument panel.....To set the timing, mark the notch on the crank shaft pulley and it's also useful to mark the 10 degree's on the scale.... use a strobe light and run the engine at idle speed ad then set....
Best regards Johngee10
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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