Question about 1983 GMC C1500
It's a 350 v8 and it's still out of time on the distributor
First on the timing set, did you line up the dots exactly? You should be at #1 TDC. Set the distributor in and as it engages the cam the rotor will turn. Continue to lower the distributor until it engages the oil pump drive. When this is done, the rotor will point to #1 on the cap. Adjust your timing to specs.
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