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I need to know the timing specs for a 1994 Chevy 4.3 V6 Engine.

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Following the label under the hood. Put in base timing mode by unplugging a wire connector, it usually tells you where it is. This will turn on the check engine light to tell you you're in base timing mode and takes the ECM out of the loop. Should be a single wire tan in color with a black stripe and black connector. If you not sure where the connector is, it's in the passenger compartment behind the carpet, and blower heater. Just follow along the wire harness from the ECM. Remeber a single wire tan in color with a black stripe and black connector. Good luck and hope this helps, keep me posted if you have any other questions. Be glad to answer any questions and if the label is missing let me know. 

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Look for the under hood label.it will tell you the exact timing setting.my manual told me to tell you.i am sorry i couldnt help.

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Timing is electronically controlled by the CPU.

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SOURCE: i repl crankshaft need totque

A 2.2L is the only 4 cylinder listed for this make, model and year. Connecting rod nuts are torqued to 38 ft lbs. Main bearing cap bolts are torqued to 70 ft lbs. Good luck!

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