Question about 1994 Chevrolet C1500
On the fire wall pass side or under the heater box along the carpet on the pass side there is a single wire connector you disconnect that.. is the spout timing connector .. that wil put the engine at base timing .. use timing light to see timing and turn the distributor after its loostened if nescessary to adjust it then retughten and turn off engine then reconnect the spout connector you disconnected earlier.. restart and it will be all set the code generated during the disconnection of the spout will not keep the engine light on once its been reconnected and engine restarted....
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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