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95 Honda Accord ignition timing

My manual says to check sticker under hood for ignition timing spec's.
My sticker is gone! Is there any vacuum lines that need disconnected? What degree's am I looking for? Actually, I didn't see any degree's on the pully, just 3 little dashes.
Any help?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Cailf or federal (49 state) emissions? what engine do u have?

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You Have OBD1 Late model computer.. Im pretty sure ya dont set the ignition timing on that one

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