Question about 1993 Ford F150 SuperCab
I just finished changing the timing gear on my 1996 Ford F-150 300 inline 6. It will start and run but it runs rough and louder than before. (Like a diesel engine) I know that my gears are aligned with each other and I have not messed with the distributor. How do I adjust the timing? Do I have to bypass the computer? Any other suggestions? Thanks
U have to unplug the spout small gray plug on driver side in the eng comp . on the fender wall on plug that set timming thing it should b 10 deg b4 top dead center then plug spout back in comp will adv timming
Posted on May 31, 2009
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