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I dont know to how many degrees before dead center to set my cars timing?

Toyota mr2 1991 non turbo 5s engine. how many degrees befor dead center does the timing have to be set at?

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  • bluesea_do Jun 01, 2009

    That is the way i did it but was unsure because the turbo version is the same degrees. but still the car now hesitates on normal take off and i followed the procedures for the throtle body check and adjust this morning better but still hesitation on normal take off..







    thanks for the confermation of degrees and procedures.

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Your timing should be set at 10 degrees with the TE1 and E1 pins jumped in the diagnostic connector located under the hood (should be set at idle speed)

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