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I need timing specs and procedure for a 1996 nisson pickup with a 2.4.l eng.

Set timing where are timing marks and what is the right timing

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SOURCE: 97 Nisson pickup smoking white smoke (a lot)

this indicates that you have a blown head gasket. you may not have water in the oil pan but it's because the water is not leaking into your oil galleys,but instead leaking into the cylinders and being burned hence the white smoke.. there is a big myth that you will get water in the oil with a blown head gasket . there might be trace amounts but the only time you get water in the oil is if the heads crack or the block cracks othere wise most times it's just getting burnt in the cylinders,hence the great amount of white smoke. please rate this thanks.

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SOURCE: How can I set ignition timing for a 1993 Nissan pickup D21 2.4L

the mark to the right of the pully will be 0 .. it will be like this. 8 6 4 2 0

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SOURCE: 1996 nisson pickup runs rough and stalls durung

Your problem is most likely the air/fuel mixture at start-up. As the engine is cold the air is heavier and thus needs more fuel to obtain the correct mixture. If the computer is sound, you may want to go to a local parts store and get the codes read,. The FUEL PRESSURE REGULAOR, could be malfunctioning. Also, chack the MAP (manifold absolute pressure) sensor. The COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR could also not be functioning. On your model there are TWO. One powers the guage, and the other is read by the computer to set the mixture. The spark plugs may be dirty, old, or too cold for your model. At start-up the engine needs a hotter spark to ignite the fuel, as at start-up the mixture is heavier and if the spark is "cold" the fuel isn't burned completely and this will cause a miss, as the engine loads up on unburnt fuel.

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