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try to understand,
the online database ask year first.
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see my link see if it is good. for yours. i dont know.
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Here is some information on how to check/adjust the timing:

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Transistorised systems

Note: Accurate ignition timing is only possible using a stroboscopic timing light, although on some models a DC sender unit is located on the top of the gearbox casing and may be used with a special VW tester to give an instant read-out. However, this tester will not normally be available to the home mechanic

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Run the engine until its normal operating temperature is reached.

On 1.05, 1.3 and 1.8 fuel injection engines, disconnect and plug the distributor vacuum hose.

If there are no timing marks on the timing cover and crankshaft pulley, unscrew and remove the TDC sensor or blanking plug from the top of the gearbox.

Connect a timing light in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

Connect a tachometer in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

Start the engine and run it at idling speed.

Point the timing light at the timing mark and pointer which should appear to be stationary and aligned. If adjustment is necessary (ie. the marks are not aligned), loosen the clamp retaining bolt and turn the distributor body to correct the ignition timing (see illustration 17.17).

Gradually increase the engine speed while still pointing the timing light at the timing marks. The mark on the flywheel or pulley should appear to move opposite to the direction of rotation, proving that the centrifugal weights are operating correctly. If not, the centrifugal mechanism is faulty and the distributor should be renewed.

Accurate checking of the vacuum advance (and ****** where fitted) requires the use of a vacuum pump and gauge. However,providing that the diaphragm unit is serviceable, the vacuum hose(s) firmly fitted,and the internal mechanism not seized, the system should work correctly.

Switch off the engine, remove the timing light and tachometer, and refit the vacuum hose (where applicable).

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Run the engine to normal operating temperature, then switch off the ignition.

Connect a stroboscopic timing light to the engine.

Run the engine at idle speed.

Disconnect the wiring from the temperature sender (see illustration).

Increase the engine speed to between 2000and 2500 rpm, then point the timing light at the aperture over the flywheel. The timing marks should be aligned (see illustration 17.17), but if not, loosen the clamp bolt, turn the distributor as required and re-tighten the bolt.

While checking the ignition timing, the opportunity should be taken to check the temperature and knock sensor controls.

With the temperature sender wiring disconnected, increase the engine speed to 2300 rpm and note the exact ignition timing.Hold the engine speed at 2300 rpm, then reconnect the wiring and check that the ignition timing advances by 30°±3°from the previously noted value.

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700R4/2004R TV Cable Adjustment Instructions WARNING! IMPORTANT NOTICE!
POST INSTALLATION ADJUSTMENT.
It is imperative that after your new TCI® 700R4/2004R transmission has been installed that the Throttle Valve (TV) Cable gets adjusted properly, DAMAGE WILL OCCUR to the transmission, voiding the warranty. If you are unsure about the proper adjustment needed, call TCI®'s tech line for help or refer to a General Motors service manual for additional information and reference.
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gm_tv_fig1.gifStep 2 With the carburetor/throttle body end of the TV Cable disconnected, pull the link out of the transmission and fit the cable end to the link as shown in Figure 1. Push the TV Cable sheath into the seal in the transmission and tighten the 10mm retaining bolt. If your vehicle has a factory installed bracket for the TV Cable then skip to Step 4.
Step 3 Install a bracket that will allow the TV Cable to mount to the carburetor/throttle body. TCI® carries two brackets: TCI® 376700 works with Rochester Quadrajets, Carter AFBs or Edelbrock Performer carburetors. TCI® 376800 works with most Holley carburetors.
If you are using a Chevrolet TBI/TPI induction system, then correct brackets can be obtained from a salvage yard or a local car dealership.
Figure 2 demonstrates the correct geometry for the TV Cable mounting position. Use the following procedure to determine if your ADJUSTER MOUNTING POINT is correct.
a. Push in the Adjust Tab and retract the Slider in the direction shown in Figure 3.
b. Without allowing the Slider to move, pull the cable until it stops and measure from the mounting bracket to the cable end. Add 3/16" to this measurement and that will determine the ADJUSTER MOUNTING POINT distance at full throttle (WOT).
gm_tv_fig2.gifc. Also note in Figure 2 that the distance from the throttle shaft to the cable end is referenced. This distance must be between 1 7/64" and 1 1/8"! The cable end mounting point should follow a 78° arc between closed throttle and WOT in order to achieve the proper amount of pull on the cable.
Step 4 Adjustment of the TV Cable on a gasoline engine. For a diesel application go to Step 5.
a. Adjustments are made with the engine off. Locate the Adjust Tab on the cable housing. Press in the tab and push the slider as shown in Figure 3.
b. Release the tab and rotate the throttle lever to WOT and the cable will self adjust itself as evidenced by a few audible clicks. Release the throttle lever and check the cable for any signs of binding or sticking.
gm_tv_fig3.gifc. Road test the vehicle. Under moderate acceleration your shift points should be close to the following:
1-2…………………15-20 MPH
2-3…………………25-30 MPH
3-4…………………40-45 MPH
If the cable is adjusted too loosely your transmission will exhibit soft, stacked shifts (not spread out). DO NOT CONTINUE DRIVING VEHICLE IF THIS HAPPENS! Immediately readjust cable. If you continue to have problems, please contact TCI®'s tech department for assistance.
Step 5 Adjustments of the TV Cable on a diesel engine.
a. Adjustments are made with the engine off. If equipped with cruise control, remove the control rod.
b. Disconnect the TV Cable end from the throttle lever.
c. Loosen the locknut on the pump rod and shorten several turns.
d. Turn throttle lever to WOT and tighten the pump rod locknut.
e. Lengthen pump rod until injection pump lever contacts the full throttle stop.
f. Release the throttle lever and tighten the pump rod locknut.
g. Remove pump rod from the throttle lever.
h. Reconnect the TV Cable end to the throttle lever.
i. Press in the Adjust Tab and move Slider as shown in Figure 3.
j. Release the tab and rotate the throttle lever to WOT and the cable will self adjust itself as evidenced by a few audible clicks. Release the throttle lever and check the cable for any signs of binding or sticking.
k. Reconnect the pump rod and cruise control throttle rod, if equipped.
l. If equipped with cruise control, adjust servo throttle rod to minimum slack.
m. Road test the vehicle. Under moderate acceleration your shift points should be close to the following:
1-2…………………15-20 MPH
2-3…………………25-30 MPH
3-4…………………40-45 MPH
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