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302 winsor that pings with electronic ignition. running premuim

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The timing may be advanced too far, loosen the bolt at the base of the distributor and adjust the timing with a timing light. If i knew the year and make of your vehicle i may be able to tell you what the timing advance is supposed to be set at. However you will probably find this on an emissions sticker under your hood either on the fan shroud or on the bottom of your hood.
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