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Normally there is another screw or connections towards the back. Under the steering wheel, remove the panel near the stereo. Also, remove the panel on the right side as well. This will give you access to the rear of the stereo and you will see another screw.
Unless you have replaced the hood or the sticker has been removed, there should be a label on the inside of your hood that lists the correct timing.
Make sure you short the two appropriate wires in the 'test plug' before setting the timing. It's on the drivers side firewall under the hood. The idle on 94 Metros is automatically controlled so you don't have to worry about setting the idle before adjusting the timing. My 94 automatic metro says 5BTC.
remove steer wheel with puller. u will see black cover remove 3 tork screws.remove. next u will need a special tool push down on plate . remove clip in center. remove plate. lift turn arm . remove bolt for lock cly. turn key lock will slide out
Most cars that I've seen have a decal in the driver's door jamb, either on the door or the car's body, which shows a month and year of manufacture. If not there, check the passenger side jamb. If neither side has the decal, you can call the dealership and ask them to tell you the build date by looking it up using your VIN number.