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Trying to replace ignition lock on a 1988 mitsubishi starion

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Remove shroud (part that covers behind steering wheel) once removed turn ignition to acc position there will be a push pin on the bottom push in and pull out ignition

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How do i do the timeing on a starion


easy way without any fancy tools is as follows. remove coil lead take number one plug out and place finger loosly in the sparkplug hole, get someone to flick the ignition key until you feel or hear compression pushing against your finger. then get a screwdriver or similar and put into plug hole, then ask freind to slowly turn the crank with a spanner at the harmonic balancer in the rotation direction as the crank is turned the screwdriver you are holding should slowly move up and out of the cylinder. when the screwdriver stops moving up and out of the cylinder you are at top dead centre. then you check to see where your rotor button is in realation to your number 1 lead on your distributer cap. other way is if you use a timing light. or are you meaning how do you replace timing belt or timing chain? if this is what you mean what sort of engine do you have in it and is it a belt or a chain?

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