Question about 1992 Subaru Legacy
If you don't have a distributor for the ignition then the ECM, computer, controls the timing. To adjust the timing you have to have an OBD tool to plug into the cars diagnostic plug to m ake adjustments. If it's running a little rough go ahead and run a couple of tanks of gas through you car before worrying about the timing. Use a fuel injector cleaner in your gas tank like Lucas brand. Some Autozones will plug their units in and read codes for you if your concered about other problems. Good luck.
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