Question about 1994 Chevrolet Sportvan G30
If the distributor hasn't been taken out, the timing can be set manually but you have to disconnect the distributor wire behind the glove box inside the cab. Tan wire with white tracer it is taped up to the a multi wire harness but is the only one with a single plug. Disconect the plug and use your timing light on the timing mark to set timing per specs. Rotate the distributor as needed to advance or retartd as required for the correct setting. tighten the dizzy clamp and plug the tan wire back together. The computer will now be fooled asd to what the base timing is and advance from there.
Contrary to popular belief, 96' and up do not have this wire. Timing has to be done with a programmable scanner.
Hope this helps.
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