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Need 2 know the timing on a 1989 ford 302 motor is and also timing on a 1989 ford 351 w is thank you

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  • bigshepered Apr 13, 2009

    yes chuck943 i do need to know want to set it at thank you.

  • bigshepered Apr 13, 2009

    thank you emission wiz for the information

  • Chuck Martin
    Chuck Martin May 11, 2010

    are you wanting to know what to set it on?

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With the shorting plug removed at the TFI ignition module the timing is set to 10 BTDC on both engines.

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