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What to set timing using timming light

I have a 1991 gmc jimmy s15 4.3 engine, i replaced timing chain, i need to know what to set timing with a timing light, the information under hood is missing.

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0 degrees BTDC would be the spec , there is a brown w/tan tracer wire near the distributor , you have to disconnect the connector before setting timing

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Timing chain replacement 1991 jimmy s-15


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The time jumped or something like that so how do you replace a timing chain in a 1993 gmc jimmy?? neeed help please


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Hi i just rebuilt moter in a 1995 gmc jimmy with a 4.3L vortec v-6. having trouble setting the timeing.any info would be great


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