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Timing I just smoged my 1994 camry and the smog tech said that the timing is at 20 degrees does anyone know what the oem spec is for the camry?

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    it runs great no problems at all not even a check engine light.

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Then, the smog tech either does not know how to set base timing on your car, or he is trying to sell you something that you do not need. Base timing involves a procedure that requires a tech to utilize a set of pins to the ECU, and are jumped together. You cannot hook up a timing light, and get the correct timing reading without knowing which pins to use. Hope this helps; thanks for choosing FixYa to answer your question. The graciousness of a FixYa rating would be greatly appreciated.

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