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Use timing light before you take,,,,,, before top dead center

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1983 nissan 280 zx car back fires when cold


Sounds like you could have an aux air regulator valve, that is not working when it will not work; there is no fast idle cold. Should be around 1500 rpm cold, the car will stall out and pop through the intake when bad. You have a digital volt meter to do some testing with to make sure the mass air flow is working correctly.

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For the 79 model zx, ignition timing was 10 degrees BTDC @ 700rpm
For 80 and up zx, non turbo - 8 degrees BTDC +- 2 degrees @ 700rpm
turbo - 20 degrees BTDC +- 3 degrees @ 700 rpm

Also done with distributor vacuum advance hose removed and plugged.
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* + - = Plus or minus
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Hi Guyz I have a 1999 1.4i Polo Playa (South Africa) Which is currently firing at 25 deg btdc @ 1000 rpm. if i advance or ******, it gets very rough. What is the correct ignition firing position @ what...


correct ignition timing should be at 10 degrees btdc at idle ( 850 rpms )
use a timing light connected to no 1 piston ht lead to set the timingby adjusting the distributor to get the light to flash on the timing mark
the vacuum hose is probably to increase idle speed when then ac is on and the surginging indicates a leak in a diaphragm

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Ignition timing specs for a 1988 volvo 760 turbo wagon ?


It is most likely going to be between 5 and 15 degrees BTDC. I would put it at 5 degrees BTDC. At idle, if the motor is extremely quiet, but the exhaust loud, move it to 10. As you advance the timing, the motor should become louder and the exhaust quieter (at idle). As you increase RPMs, the motor should get quieter and the exhaust louder. This is only true with an injector pump that has static timing (does not automatically increase with increased RPM).
If your engine has dynamic timing (automatically advances with increased RPM), then I would set the timing at 5 degrees, test run. Maybe change to 7 degrees, test run...etc. Basically, don't make dramatic changes with the injector pump timing if it is dynamic. I hope this helps.

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Need diagram on timing marks on 1992 toyota corolla


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Need timing specs for 1985 Mercedes Benz 380 SEL


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Hello Michaelatkin :

Is this jaguar US based as far as specifications ?

US-Based with engine running and Timing light on is 20 degrees "BTDC " at 1700 RPM .

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US-Based " STATIC TIMING " ENGINE OFF = 10 degrees " BTDC "

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RPM at idle, and T.D.C degree


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5.0 L with CFI = 10 degrees @ 550 rpm

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5.0 L with a 4bbl carb Calif. = 10 degrees btdc @ 800 rpm

5.0 L with a 4bbl carb Fed. = 12 degrees btdc @ 800 rpm

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