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Crank setting on 1995 sr5 3.0 set it on the marks and 0 on crank seems to be lagging

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  • Brian costa Jan 23, 2013

    was told i may need to set it plus 5 degrees

  • Brian costa Jan 23, 2013

    on the crank

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If you are timing the engine, you always set it to TDC. the timing vernier scale is only to check for advance when the engine is running

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Sounds like you have your timing off. If it is backfiring, that means that 2 of your wires are crossed, causing the plugs to fire on the exhaust stroke versus the compression stroke. Recheck your timing.

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SOURCE: if the timing mark on the crank shaft pulley is

yes. that is correct 0 = 0

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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