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Hello, i have the 82 mer. 380sl with the 116.962 motor and unsure how to set timing after replacing the dist. thanks for all your help, jeff

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Ok,hoping before you remove your dist. ,cylinder number one in top dead center,install dist.align rotor to mark in dist. housing,ignition timing with out vacuum 25 degrees,using timing light , hoping it help you,ty

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