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My car is missing how do i set the timeing on car there is no mark on crank shaft do ineed to by pass if so how do i do it

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There is no timming to set it is done by crank position sensor check ignition coils if they have rust they will cause missfire.also check plugs and wires with water .if gets worse with water on them and you see sparks need to replace.

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