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Need timing degrees for 22r

Degrees for light

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Set the timing at 10 Degrees advanced

Posted on Mar 21, 2014

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SOURCE: no problems yet

It is okay as you specified. feel safe drive it.

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Posted on Apr 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Timing is out 90 degrees

Your cam shaft probably relaxed while the belt was off it's not at all uncommon. It may have been sittin on a hairs edge of an upcomming valvr and it just kicked it over enoughto throw all the timing out.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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No problems yet


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Setting timing


I think one must adjust the timing by advancing or retarding the ignition timing, not by adjusting the timing light.

If you are trying to set the BASE timing, you probably need to connect the orange/red and green/white wires of the blue service check connector with a jumper wire. The blue service check connector is located on passenger side under the dashboard.

The timing mark for this vehicle is on the flexplate / flywheel, and is usually located by removing a little rubber stopper or lifting off an inspection cover.

The timing is PROBABLY 15 degrees BTDC +/- 2 degrees. Be aware that many hondas PRIMARY ignition mark IS 15 degrees BTDC, NOT ZERO... so when you line the pointer and the flash up with the line, it is properly adjusted.

DISCLAIMER: I am (clearly) not a certified auto mechanic. Go check out and read a service manual from your local library. Your mileage may vary...

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Timing for 1983 toyota pick up sr5 22r


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